About Jon Brouchoud

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Jon Brouchoud, M. Arch (CV)

I started using virtual worlds as part of my professional practice (Crescendo Design) in 2006, and have since become engaged in a wide variety of virtual world-related activities.  I am particularly interested in virtual design (samples), and how virtual worlds can be used to enhance the professional practice of architecture, improve the quality of the built environment, and offer new ways of dramatically augmenting design collaboration methodologies (co-founded Studio Wikitecture).

In addition to providing virtual design services, my goal is to bring realtime, multi-user, virtual worlds to mainstream AEC-industry adoption by providing resources, consultation, collaboration tools, training, community organization, and virtual project spaces through my site, The ARCH Network.

I have had the honor of working on a wide range of projects, including Autodesk Island, the virtual U.S. House of Representatives, Linden Lab’s Virtual Headquarters, TED Island, Metanomics, and more.

I have also helped coordinate Second Life events for Cameron Sinclair (Habitat for Humanity) Sergio Palleroni (University of Texas School of Architecture), Chris Luebkeman (ARUP), Phil Bernstein (VP Autodesk), Carl Bass, (Autodesk CEO), John Gage (VP Sun Microsystems), and U.S. Congressman George Miller.

I have a Master of Architecture degree from the School of Architecture and Urban Planning, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee.

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  1. Jon,
    I noticed you posted a video of the Mildred Harnack Memorial on YouTube. Can you please tell me where it is in Madison and who is responsible for creating the display? I’m a local journalist who has documented the Mildred Harnack Fish story and the perceptions of her in the East and West since WWII.

    Thanks for any help you can provide
    Joel Bernell-Waldinger

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