Gene­ra­tive Arti­fi­cial Intel­li­gence in Archi­tec­ture and Urban Design

26. + 27. May 2023

Kurs­lei­tung: Jesco Lippke & Will Scobie 

Arti­fi­cial Intel­li­gence (AI) is rapidly trans­forming our world and has the poten­tial to revo­lu­tio­nize how we plan, design, and manage our cities, making them more sustainable, effi­cient, and respon­sive to the needs of their resi­dents. This work­shop will explore how AI can be lever­aged to enhance orga­niza­tion and design processes in urban design disci­plines, such as archi­tec­ture, land­scape archi­tec­ture and urban and regional planning. 

In this two-day work­shop, parti­ci­pants will learn about the current state of AI and its poten­tial uses in the context urban design. We will explore a variety of popular and alter­na­tive AI tools that are resha­ping design work­flows. By the end of the work­shop, parti­ci­pants will have a deeper under­stan­ding of the poten­tial of AI in urban design and be equipped with the skills and know­ledge to apply AI in their own projects. This work­shop offers a chance to learn about the poten­tial of AI in the context of urban design and how it can enhance design processes.


Session 1: Intro­duc­tion to Arti­fi­cial Intel­li­gence
- A brief history of Arti­fi­cial Intel­li­gence
- Over­view of current AI tools and their appli­ca­tions in Urban Design
- Discus­sion of the ethics of AI inclu­ding bene­fits, limi­ta­tions and chal­lenges
- Explo­ra­tion of current ways in which AI is being used

Session 2: Under­stan­ding AI Tools
- Over­view of Chat GPT and poten­tial uses in the context of urban design
- Over­view of Midjourney and gene­ra­tive design
- Over­view of CAD design tools
- Over­view of post-produc­tion tools
- Discus­sions on the future of AI and urban design


– You will receive details and further infor­ma­tion to the program such as a time­table a few days in advance of the set date –

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