Computational Architecture

Architecture is as much a science as an art. Science gives freedom to design. It enables performant structures, fluid spaces, more expressive forms, and sustainable and ultimately more beautiful buildings.

The Visual Computing Center at KAUST offers a unique opportunity to strengthen this link between architecture and science. We invite interested students of architecture to a week-long workshop on computational architecture. We want to bridge the gap between the latest research in geometry, computer graphics, simulation and modeling, and machine learning and design practice. Participants will have the opportunity to learn directly from our professors about their latest results in their fields.