Bernard and Anne Spitzer School of Architecture




Architecture, Computation and the Inexpressible

Maria Berman, Karl Chu, Evan Douglis, Mike Silver, Bradley Horn

Ineffable documents a timely and invaluable debate surrounding the use of omputational tools in architecture and their affect on the nature of human expression. A distinguished group of architects, educators, and theoreticians discuss both the potential benefits as well as the perils associated with the recent turn to ever increasing computational complexity in contemporary design culture. Topics considered include: architecture in