Join Danil Nagy for an in-depth discussion in this video Matthew Clark and Zak Kostura - Arup, part 2, part of Generative Design Foundations.
- We have always been burdened … with a need on each project to think about our process … and to deal with repetition, … and computers have, you know, … started to reduce the repetition. … But I think what computers are really now doing … is shifting the focus from the designer, … from the project team, to the client and to the end users, … and bringing them all in, … and I think that's the most important thing … about what computers are doing for us. … - We still use steel and concrete. … They're a little bit stronger, little bit more clever, … but it's still steel and concrete … and we dig holes and we build things. … Process of making those drawings … to be able to people, enable people to do that … has completely and utterly changed. … - 'Cause I think we're very fortunate in the sense that … we've got the size, we've got the resources … to be able to have distinct teams and specialists, … but I'd say individuals that are … really getting into this for the first time, … I'd say one of the most important things to think about …
- What is generative design?
- Generative design examples
- Designing the design space
- Measuring performance
- Optimizing the design
- Evaluating the design space
- Tools for simulation, scripting, and more
Skill Level Intermediate
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Revit and Dynamo for Interior Designwith William Carney4h 57m Intermediate
What you should know1m 41s
1. Foundations of Generative Design
2. Generative Design in Industry
3. Anatomy of Generative Design
4. Tools for Generative Design
Next steps1m 41s
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