Artificial Intelligence and Architecture: From Research to Practice, Chaillou Stanislas, Publisher: Birkhauser Marilena Pateraki
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