In an exclusive feature with SPACE10, ArchDaily is sharing an overview of 15 developments that have shaped digital innovation in architecture.
New digital advancements and technologies are redefining how we design. Looking at how these tools are becoming more ubiquitous and pervasive, IKEA’s research and design lab SPACE10 published The Digital in Architecture report to explore the impact of digital technology and its larger movements. Authored by architecture theorist Mollie Claypool, the report illustrates these changes through data research, concepts, and visualisation by Pentagram.
As Claypool explains, the increasing proliferation of digital technologies is an opportunity to shift our shared understanding of the world, especially from an architectural perspective. Touching on design, making and experience, the report looks at 15 distinct developments. From machine learning to artificial intelligence and Big Data, Claypool touches on larger influences as she draws a line between science, philosophy, design, data, innovation and our experience of the built environment.
In an exclusive feature with SPACE10, ArchDaily is sharing an overview of the 15 developments and how digital innovation has influenced architecture from the 1860s until today. The feature highlights Claypool’s observations on key developments in digital thinking within architecture and with a continuous emphasis on parametric design. Read the full report to find out more.
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