A. Form – Data

Extrait de : Bernd and Hilla Becher, Life and Work, Cambridge, Massachusetts: MIT Press, 2006.
Presentation

Following the lineage of discourses that underscored the autonomy of form as a defining tenet of architecture, focus on the genesis of form gradually shifted in the late 20th century, when technological advances enabled architects to analyze and explore form making using innovative data analysis and digital techniques. More recently, machines now have the capacity to learn from collected data (from a wide variety of sources, such as geographical information, artistic images, architectural precedents, environmental, political, social, and cultural data) and thus can contribute in unprecedented ways to architectural form making. The conventional role of the architect as ‘sole author’ and prime ‘form giver’ has given way to breakthrough capabilities of a new generation of architects working at the interface between human and machine, a shift that has reframed form generation in design disciplines, within the ever-expanding framework of artificial intelligence and big data.

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Obligatoire
Ateliers Enseignants C
Théorie et critique du projet BA 5 et MA1** Huang 13
Théorie et critique du projet BA 5 et MA1** Weinand 13
Théorie et critique du projet BA 5 et MA1** Kueng Caputo 13
UE    
UE A : Art and architecture** Paci 4
UE X : Experience Design**    
Cours    
The Rise of Capitalist Urban Space Aureli 3
Art since the 1950s: trends & topics at Documenta** Gerke 3
Constructing the View : Still Life** Schaerer 3
Visions et Utopies** Braghieri 3
Conseillé    
Ateliers Schaerer 3
Théorie et critique du projet BA 6 et MA2** Huang 13
Théorie et critique du projet BA 6 et MA2** Weinand 13
UE    
UE N : Constructing the view Schaerer 4
Cours    
Constructing the View : In Motion Schaerer 3
     
** obligatoirement un des cours, tous pouvant être suivis, et obligatoirement une des unités d’enseignement et un des ateliers de projet