Navigating The Growing Influence Of AI In The World Of Architecture

Some designers are apprehensive about AI replacing human workers, others feel that it has improved their creative process and made architecture easier, more secure and more efficient

Artificial Intelligence (AI) has revolutionised the architecture and design world in so many ways. While some designers are apprehensive about AI replacing human workers, others feel that it has improved their creative process and made architecture easier, more secure and more efficient. Here in this article on SURFACES REPORTER (SR), architects are sharing their growing influence in building design. Read on:

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It’s been long past since humankind has opened itself to allow cumulative efforts in sustaining persistent development. We have spent decades oscillating between being vary of the magnitude of potential technical advancement that can reach and carrying out extensive research to achieve precisely that. With the expansion of the knowledge spectrum, it has become common knowledge that architecture entails more than mapping beatific structures. It is a discipline of design that balances creativity and targeted calculations into a fine line. For centuries architects and designers have done a remarkable job of accomplishing the balance on their own accord. In the recent past, however, technology has emerged as a revered facilitator of the design industry.

AI in Architecture and Design

Artificial intelligence (AI) has been around for longer than most people seem aware of. Almost every industry across the professional plane has subjected them to employ technologically enhanced services with time. Implementing AI in architecture and design seems like a natural progression of the business.

Ar. Anil Badan, Founder and Principal Architect- Studio B Architects confirms that contrary to prevailing doubts concerning the adoption of AI, it is decisively simple to distinguish between the executive strengths of humans and machines in the design industry respectively. While AI makes data collection, building calculations, environmental analysis and material selection swifter, it lies on the designers and architects to make the intended choice about the design approach and related design decisions. The use of AI makes the arduous task of erecting lasting establishments easier, more efficient and more secure.

AI relieve designers from navigating repetitive and tedious tasks that are critical for substantiating the success of different faculties of the project but equally time-consuming. ASRO’s principal architect Ar. Robin Sisodiya elucidates that the confluence of existing computer-aided designs and AI can, not only conjure up 2D and 3D models of the projects but also become instrumental in discerning an augmented version of the real-life experience of the premises.

In addition to implementing more sustainable and pre-emptive design features and creating simulations for effectively brisk feedback and amendments, AI comes in handy for performing more strenuous assignments like autonomous or semi-autonomous construction machinery and carrying out site inspections to identify potential risk factors and safety hazards without casualties.

Administering AI in architecture circles the prospect of treading beyond the planning tables and assimilating into the process long after the construction concludes. This makes for ensuring a more secure practice for designers and consequently for the occupants of the buildings irrespective of their purpose. AI-based security and maintenance systems fitted into AI-aided architectural projects eventually assist in perpetuating the performance and efficiency of the building.

If one traces the history of architecture and design from a more clinical perspective, it becomes evident that the practices have almost always been concurrent with the technological accessibility of the time. The use of AI in modern architectural ventures follows the path that reassures humanity of a more reliable and collaborative mode of world-building. 

* The text and images have been provided by Studio B Architects

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