Top 5 Data Driven Design news this week.

Welcome to the Association of Data-Driven Design roundup. We aim to share a summary of current information and news on Data-Driven Design practices within the construction industry. Please get in touch if you have any ideas, suggestions or have something to share.

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1. GENERATIVE DESIGN

UL Interview: Test Driving Delve, A Tool for Designing Better, More Sustainable Cities

Courtesy: Sidewalk Labs

2. AI IN ARCHITECTURE

AI creates “repulsive and strangely compelling” Serpentine Pavilion. Interesting experiment using the AI tool from a previous post.

3. DATA SCIENCE

A new analytics tool for data scientists to collaborate with business stakeholders and even helps those new to analytics to more easily upskill.

The folks at MIT and Brown University have come up with a code optional canvas where Python and SQL can integrate with visual workflows. Reminds me of figma or miro for data science.

Einblick even has a progressive computation engine so you can work with datasets up to 10 TB at the speed of thought.

4. CONFERENCE CALL FOR PAPERS

Calling all professionals and academics in the fields of computational design, artificial creativity, computer graphics, and interactive techniques, computer-supported collaborative design, urban computing, architecture, engineering, construction, manufacturing, hardware, software, visualization, games, visual effects, virtual and extended realities, and high-performance computing. DC I/O 2022 Conference is on 19 – 21 October | Virtual.

5. RHINO PLUGIN FOR JOINERY

Biber is a plug-in for Rhino-Grasshopper which enables parametric joinery. this plug-in was developed in collaboration with university of applied science in Mainz, Germany. The aim of Biber is to enable joinery industry to take advantage of parametric design workflow in Rhino+Grasshopper and makes the out of the box design and production more easy and affordable.

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