Computation in Architecture is an international masters that explores the critical consideration of technology as a driver for thinking, forming and realising architecture. With specific focus on digital design, advanced modelling, smart sensing and robotic fabrication, the program fosters a dynamic, creative, intellectually rigorous and design-led environment that stimulates critical inquiry into issues of sustainability, site, structure, behaviour and architectural expression. The aim of the program is to develop expertise and situated knowledge in the concepts, technological trajectories and practices that will drive future practice.
The masters Computation in Architecture is embedded within CITA: Centre for IT and Architecture, an internationally renowned innovative research centre examining computation, digital fabrication and design, and shares the centre’s resources, including an advanced suite of computational tools and state of the art research knowledge. The masters intersects with the centre through personal tutoring of individual projects, creative workshop intensives and presentations from internationally leading researchers and practitioners.