Kyle Steinfeld envisions a future where architects use machine learning tools in the design process.
The Ann Kalla Visiting Professor confronts the architectural profession with the question of the hour: Now What?!
Craig Hodgetts and Ming Fung of Hodgetts+Fung describe a design process that enables the creation of dynamic and humanistic spaces.
In an increasingly immaterial world, Mark Stanley examines the agency of images and architecture.
Sean Ahlquist’s Social Sensory Surfaces research project has an agenda that is as humanistic as it is mathematically rigorous.
Join us for a conversation with Ming Fung and Craig Hodgetts about the role of architecture in advancing social objectives in the age of communication.
In striving to develop a new authenticity, Margaret Griffin argues in favor of hybridization: “In a world of the copy of the copy – the mule, a hybrid of the horse and the donkey, cannot be copied.”
New York City’s outdoor space is underutilized argues Eran Chen, founder and executive director of the Manhattan-based ODA, and he wants to change that.