Architecture finds itself coping with new social and cultural complexities that radically re-factor and challenge its response through latent and often unknown parameters. Distinctions between information, matter and life reveal intricacies in the speculative realties of a much deeper synthesis. This symposium will open a discussion on the role of generative and behavioural approaches within the conception and production of contemporary architecture and urbanism.
“Adaptive Ecologies: Notes on a Computational Urbanism”
SPYROPOULOS, SCHUMACHER, RUY, FRAZER, STUART-SMITH, DILLON, & more
10.00am–6.00 pm / Lecture Hall
36 Bedford Square, London WC1B 3ES