Collective Transformation

This research project recognizes architectural types are deduced from its context and history. The proposal seeks to investigate how computation and parametric software is able to assist in designing mass urban fabric with programmatic and climatic intelligence embedded in the architectural forms and façade. The computation processing examines the assemblage of urban fabric and the emergence of key transitional spaces that enables socio-economic development to emerge from bottom up.

The process challenges the speed urban mass is deployed in our current architectural climate and the opportunities presented by computation processing to produced variation to accommodate for the actors in architectural problems.

Photography by Nora Hyasat

Subject instructor
Adrian Lahoud | Jeff Turko

Collaborated with | Melissa Riley |Albert Quizon | Andrew Toland