The following images are the outputs from the amazing webinar series by DesignMorphine.
I am very proud to have presented my research “Generative Design and Building Information Modeling: a circular workflow” at the 3rd International Conference on Parallelism in Architecture, Engineering & Computing Techniques (PACT) powered by Ierek Institute and University of East London that I thank for the great opportunity. My work shows how to accomplish a conscious and sustainable architectural and urban design through evolutionary algorithms, with methods to evaluate and justify the ultimate design choices. Thanks also to all the speakers who have shared their inspiring ideas during the conference.
Have a look to this stunning and funny project by iheartblob. This amazing group have made a book called Augmented Architectural Objects: A New Visual Language whic allows to enjoy their architectural projects in Augmented Reality, by framing their images with your smartphone!
Outputs of the conference Computational Design Next 2.0, powered by Parametric Architecture. The conference was awarded by: Hamid Hassanzadeh – Parametric Architecture, Arturo Tedeschi – A>T, Michael Pryor – DesignMorphine, Sushant Verma – rat[LAB]EDUCATION.
Ponte sul Basento, Potenza, Sergio Musmeci, 1975
From the Webinar Introduction to Kangaroo and algorithmic modelling of Musmeci Bridge by Arturo Tedeschi
Published on ResearchGate the article “Generative Design and Building Information Modelling: a circular workflow” available at this link. On ResearchGate you can request the research paper.