Editor: Stanislas Chaillou. Publisher: Birkhauser Verlag, 2022. ISBN: 9783035624007. Format: Paperback, 170 x 240 mm, 208pp.
Artificial intelligence (AI) has found its way into countless industries. In architecture, AI is still in its infancy, but recent years have seen some promising developments. This book is an easy-to-understand overview of the history of AI and its earliest applications in architecture. The book presents a panorama of new technological possibilities, discussing the promise they hold for architecture.In the second part, the author presents specific examples of the creative use of AI in architectural practice. In a series of essays, experts from Harvard to Bauhaus Universities offer original and diverse perspectives on the potential of AI. The book considers artificial intelligence as a planning tool for architects, ideas ranging from urban planning to floor plans, and a potential new way of working with architecture and AI.