Header Image: THE DESERT HOUSE [ I ] by Julius Roy
“We need to get into these technologies—there is no way out. We need to understand them, at least, to figure out where everybody else is going and what’s going to happen,” architect Michel Rojkind told ELLE Decor in reference to AI image generation tools.
In today’s Woefully Incomplete Showcase™, we shine a light on the work of architects who are experimenting with and expediting the ideation process by incorporating AI into their creative process. From using machine-learning algorithms to generate concepts for commissions to creating an always-expanding bespoke mood board, these architects are demonstrating how creative collaboration with AI can revolutionize the built world around us.
So, whether you’re a fellow architect, a designer looking for inspiration, or simply curious about the intersection of technology and building design, keep reading to discover the incredible possibilities of AI in the world of fashion.
Special thanks to Julius Roy for calling most of these architects to my attention.
THE BLACK HOUSE [ I ] by Julius Roy
Julius’s Oceanographic Museum was recently a runner-up in the Arch Hive AI Architecture Competition, 2022
MONOMO’s Nature Harvesting Structures was recently a runner-up in the Arch Hive AI Architecture Competition, 2022