Caitlin Mueller uses robotic 3-D printing to test architectural designs for non-standard elements, such as these culled tree limbs used to build a trellis. Photo: Alan Silfen

MIT’s Caitlin Mueller uses digital tools to link architecture, engineering

CAMBRIDGE, MA–Caitlin Mueller is an associate professor in the Building Technology Program at MIT, where she leads the Digital Structures research group. By Boston Real Estate Times Her goal is to employ machine learning to support the design process from both an architectural...
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Mitko Vidanovski / Courtesy Autodesk Mount Rushmore modeled in Autodesk Recap 360.

The Technology to Master in Architecture in 2017 | Architect Magazine

Nine leaders in digital practice and design name the existing tools that firms and individuals—including themselves—should learn this year. By Wanda Lau A new year often refreshes the search for the next great thing to upgrade our professional and personal lives. But that quest...
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