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Buyer protection logo Buyer Protection. Her architectural approach emerges from broad cultural research, with each of her projects expressing a specific response to place, community, and landscape.
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Her practice is currently exhibiting at the Venice Architecture Biennale. This panel focuses on both the tangible and intangible resources available to the designer in practice, with an emphasis on the ways in which the incorporation of new technologies and strategies affect design. With numerous digital platforms, BIM and machine learning programs already normalized within design workflows, new opportunities arise with the development of digital simulation, geospatial representation, and fabrication technologies for the built environment.
The panelists will discuss emerging technologies, from early-stage research and development to commercial and professional usage, critically examining the gap between potential possibilities and actual feasibility in the use of new tools of design. Focusing also on data-driven analysis and design collaboration, the panelists will address the growing multidisciplinary nature of design in the face of new technologies, as well as the risks and opportunities associated with the increasing automation of practice.
In examining the ways in which various technological tools and strategies affect the design of practice, the panel will explore new modes of interaction and responsibility within the design professions.
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Eduard Sancho Pou is a registered Architect in both New York and Barcelona, specializing in strategic consulting, planning and directing projects of all scales. His academic profile is based on his own diverse working experience, which includes being Director of Strategy for a private equity real estate firm in New York New Amsterdam Design Associates , developing projects for the City of Buenos Aires as Urban Projects Operation Manager, running an architectural gallery in Barcelona with Aedes Berlin, and developing an international architectural competition, the Holcim Awards, with a Swiss multinational.
Currently, he is based in the greater Zurich area, running his own architecture studio where he works as an architect and strategic consultant. Eduard is the author of Architectural Strategies Peninsula, and Function Follows Strategy Detail, , which focus on how marketing, policies and data affect the process of a project.
He is in the process of writing a third book, Digital Strategies for the Built Environment Actar, , which concentrates on the tools with which to implement strategies and design intangibles.
Her work investigates the integration of architectural, structural, and environmental knowledge to create unique, efficient, and previously unattainable designs. In pursuing this objective, she develops computational design methods and artefacts employing computer simulation and various digital fabrication technologies. Her work has been widely published, exhibited, and has won multiple design awards. Pursuing both academic and applied research at the interface of architecture, engineering, and computer science, Sawako has led multiple interdisciplinary research projects in collaboration with various fields ranging from structural engineering, aeronautics, material science, to art.
Randy is an international keynote speaker and design technology authority.