AA: Proto-design: gardens, glowing in the water

Part of: AG: Virtual Versus Real


Cycle of Lectures, «Debates of Architecture Schools»
Three days in a row, professors from three world-renown architecture schools discuss the points of intersection between virtual space and public space.

«Water, sand, light and time all exist individually as elements of design which can be conveyed, controlled or used to manipulate architecture.» This idea is explored in the lecture by Immanuel Koh of the Architectural Association in London, whose reserach areas straddles between computational/generative design and sustainable design.