Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/10397/76229
Title: 2060 : an autonomously crafted built environment
Authors: Simondetti, A
Luebkeman, C
Uerz, G
Keywords: Ai Build
Arup
Daedalus Pavilion
Nvidia GPU Technology Conference
Amsterdam
Autonomous systems
Fab Labs
Skanska
Ray and Maria Stata Center
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
Boston
Frank Gehry
Alvaro Siza
Eduardo Souto de Moura
London
Serpentine Gallery
Kensington Gardens
Steve Walker
RMIT University
Smart Nodes Pavilion
Engineers Australia Convention
Melbourne
Singapore Sports Hub
Kallang
Altair
WithinLab (now Autodesk Within)
3D Systems
Grote Marktstraat
The Hague
Netherlands
GPU Technology Conference
Industrial Revolution
Technological Revolution
First World War
Chicago
New York
Digital Revolution
Smartphone app revolution
Issue Date: 2017
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Source: Architectural design, 2017, v. 87, no. 4, special issue SI, p. 120-127 How to cite?
Journal: Architectural design 
Abstract: By 2060, smart technology will allow every aspect of our surroundings to be optimised for efficiency and customisable to our desires. From street lighting, to building maintenance, to hotel interiors, to flood protection - this is the future as imagined by Alvise Simondetti, Chris Luebkeman and Gereon Uerz of Arup's Foresight + Research + Innovation team. After setting out their vision of what lies ahead, they highlight several recent projects that they have worked on with high-profile architects around the globe: projects that pave the way to a world where fine crafting and intelligent design are for the masses rather than the few. This is all set in context by a piece that outlines the evolutionary steps that have been triggered by disruptive technological shifts.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10397/76229
ISSN: 0003-8504
EISSN: 1554-2769
DOI: 10.1002/ad.2204
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