Artificial Intelligence’s (AI) encounter with Architecture is still in its infancy. However, current experiments and applications already are a testimony to their gradual intersection.
This book provides an introduction to the topic through the triple lens of History, Application, and Theory. A chronology of Architecture’s technological evolution first puts AI back in the context of the discipline. The author then presents a collection of AI’s applications in Architecture. The book finally gives the stage to contributors working at the forefront of this revolution. From Harvard to Foster & Partners, their perspectives provide a panorama of the discourse surrounding AI’s presence in the field.
Halfway between research and practice, this book offers to unveil the promise and challenges AI holds for Architecture.
- Artificial intelligence as a planning tool for architects
- From urban planning to floor plans
- Potential of a new way of working.
By Stanislas Chaillou176 pages
6.7 x 9.4 inches