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When Buildings Design Themselves

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When Buildings Design Themselves

Architect, designer, and author Lance Hosey explores the implications of a built environment completely designed and built by computers.


By Lance Hosey, FAIA, LEED Fellow, Principal, Design Director, Gensler | April 23, 2020
When Buildings Design Themselves
When Buildings Design Themselves

 

Experts continually debate about whether machines will ever match human intelligence and creativity. More specifically for the AEC industry: Will machines ever be able to design buildings? 

Rather than debating about whether or when this might happen, we can ask, What if it did? 

How might architecture evolve if computers completely took over the design and construction process? This talk will explore the implications of a built environment undesigned by people.

In this talk, architect, designer, and author Lance Hosey, FAIA, LEED Fellow, Principal, Design Director, Firmwide Co-Leader of Design Resilience with Gensler, explores the implications of a built environment completely designed and built by computers.

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