This year, the College of Architecture’s 2022-2023 Hyde Lecture Series will feature speakers from across disciplines that are united under the common theme of “Information Stimulus-New Paradigms in Planning and Design.”
Now, more so than ever, the evolution in information technology is being driven by novel means of uncovering, transferring, and disseminating information. Advanced paradigms have emerged through the information drawn from other disciplines and the generation of innovative methods and tools. Examples include climate related data as they drive resiliency and carbon neutral projects, precise metering as they change building performance, metrics to measure and enhance health and wellbeing of building occupants, unique tools for heightening senses and experiencing products, or geo-spatial information that pushes large-scale considerations making designs more accurate and portraying what is possible.
Information also goes outwards. New representational approaches and practices have enabled designers to present information in new and more effective ways, stimulating conversations and helping to find consensus in design and community engagement processes.
The 2022-2023 College of Architecture Hyde Lecture Series draws from frontiers of practices, to explore how information is propelling the field of planning and design.
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