This panel discussion will offer three methods by which architects might realize a critical evolution of architectural practice. The methods discussed will include (1) the hybridization of borrowed tools and intelligence from other industries in the production of low-cost housing and community work, (2) the incorporation of newly hacked toolsets that reveal potentials for alternative means of design and production, and (3) the leveraging of manufacturing tools to expand commonly held modes of architectural practice. Rather than advocate a single approach, the session will clearly convey the lessons learned from years of experimentation with each, so as to better understand and advocate for a range of potentials and new, more intelligent, forms of architectural practice.
- Understand how creative professionals might effectively hybridize borrowed tools and intelligence from other industries to expand design practice.
- Understand how creative professionals might effectively hack toolsets to reveal alternative means of production and expand design practice.
- Understand how creative professionals might effectively leverage technologies to redefine their business model and expand design practice.
- Scott Shall, Associate Dean, Associate Professor, Architect, Lawrence Technological University
- Karl Daubmann, Dean, Professor, Architect, Lawrence Technological University
- James Stevens, Chair, Associate Professor, Architect, Lawrence Technological University
Scott Shall, Associate Dean and Associate Professor, Architecture, Lawrence Technological University
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