Architecture + Technology: Pedagogy in an Age of Disruption examines technology's impact on the field of architecture beyond building-centric technology and evidence-based design. Specifically, how advancements are changing ways in which we perceive value, with human efficiency and well-being taking precedence over resource performance. How might architects more effectively measure and act upon both quantitative and qualitative data with greater consideration for the effects on human performance? How might we respond to the increasing urgency within architectural education to adapt to meet industry demands?
The symposium seeks to evaluate the current role and potential of technology, while interrogating the strategies by which it is being taught, in order to arrive at relevant modes of practice that are in tune with the disruptions that are now emerging.
Free and open to the public. View the full schedule and register to attend.
David Benjamin, Columbia GSAPP, and The Living (M.Arch '05)
Lise Anne Couture, Columbia GSAPP and Asymptote Architecture
Anna Dyson, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Jens Dyvik, DyvikDesign
Billie Faircloth, Harvard GSD and KieranTimberlake
Nick Gelpi, Florida International University and Gelpi Projects (MSAAD '03)
Ben Gilmartin, Diller Scofidio + Renfro
Michael Ulrich Hensel, Oslo School of Architecture and Design
Mimi Hoang, Columbia GSAPP and nARCHITECTS
Kasper Guldager Jensen, GXN
Vincent Loubière, Airbus ProtoSpace
Scott Marble, Georgia Tech and Marble Fairbanks (M.Arch '86)
Forrest Meggers, Princeton University
Kiel Moe, Harvard GSD
Silvia Prandelli, Columbia GSAPP and Werner Sobek
Ingeborg Rocker, 3DEXPERIENCity, Dassault Systèmes
Jenny Sabin, Cornell University Hilary Sample, Columbia GSAPP and MOS Architects
Craig Schwitter, Columbia GSAPP and BuroHappold Engineering
Kevin Slavin, MIT Media Lab and Everybody at Once
Meejin Yoon, MIT and Höweler + Yoon
Organized by Craig Schwitter and Columbia GSAPP.
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