Data influences WeWork’s real estate deals, construction sequence, and design choices. There’s a sense that acquiring data literacy makes architecture relevant in a tech-dominated era.
The algorithmic processes routinely used by cities are completely biased—and could prevent you from accessing affordable housing.
“Design+Health” showed how data will (and should) inform design. But it also provoked questions about its potential downsides.
Data Visualization Helps Architects Make Better Hospitals.
The Smart City isn’t enough. How might real-time data awaken the humanity in our buildings and public spaces?
The smart-city movement spreading around the globe raises serious concerns about who controls the information, and for what purpose.
On one side, giants like Google and Cisco. On the other side, Thingful and the open data movement.
Geodesign creates the potential for real-time vetting of design ideas within the grander context of a geographical site
The 20th Congress for the New Urbanism (CNU) concluded this spring with a rousing speech by Dr. Richard Jackson, a pediatrician and chair of Environmental Health Sciences at the UCLA School of Public Health. You may have seen him hosting…
Using sophisticated mapping technology, these information designers uncover hidden data to expose social injustice.