Computation in Architecture has a broad network of collaborators from practice and academia. This network is directly engaged in the teaching environment through participation in reviews, lecturing, seminars and advising students through workshops and individual tutorials.
The primary collaboration for Computation in Architecture is with CITA: Centre for IT and Architecture. Current CITA research projects serve as a thematic points of departure for the design-led research-informed studies. This grounds students in state-of-the-art methods together with practical and theoretical insights, providing a strong basis through which to develop individual interests. Students are directly supervised by leading researchers that share insight into the newest design methods, technologies and theoretical frameworks. Our primary industry-based collaborations include 3XN and GXN, and BIG.
More broadly, the masters also collaborates with an extensive international network of academic and industrial partners through the leading of workshops, sharing their latest insights and production through lecture or seminar formats and taking part in the reviewing of student work. Through this, students are immersed into the broader digital design community. The program’s broad network and strong alumni base provides points of contact into leading offices around the world.