Shapes of Logic 2017
International Conference of Computational Design
Museum of Architecture
Everything can be automated. Our home, the city around it, the way we travel, the things we buy, and the places we go. Our work, the designs we make, the decisions we take, our engineering and our art.
Recent advancements in technology have proven to affect virtually every field of human activity. We are facing great changes and in our hands is the ability to make the world a better place. Yet, the future poses us tough questions. To answer them we need experts from a wide variety of areas – architects, designers, urban planners, engineers, sociologists, philosophers, programmers, and others.
How can we design for the future? Can we avoid the dangers of modernity without rejecting technological progress? Which directions should we take to improve qualities of our space and environment?
The goal of this year’s Shapes of Logic Conference is to facilitate a discussion on architecture, design, and urban planning in the context of global technological progress. The main areas of interest will be robotics, digital fabrication, computation, and broadly understood automation.
April 30, 2017 - registration closing