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Autodesk’s FORMA, Integrated context analysis tool

Designing with Artificial Intelligence

This tutorial aims to establish a tailored workflow that maximizes the potential of AI as a collaborative creative partner. It will cover two distinct topics. Firstly, we’ll explore designing while considering contextual factors, employing Autodesk’s Forma. Then, in the subsequent section, we’ll delve into utilizing Text to Image and Image to 3D techniques to cultivate aesthetic concepts.

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Autodesk’s Forma

Autodesk Forma (formerly Spacemaker) helps planning and design teams deliver projects digitally from day one. Use conceptual design capabilities, predictive analytics, and automations to make solid, sustainable, foundations for your projects. ( Forma enables to run Daylight potential analysis | Area analysis | Microclimate analysis | Noise analysis | Rapid Operational Energy analysis | Sun hours analysis | Wind analysis. ( Continuer la lecture de Autodesk’s FORMA, Integrated context analysis tool


Historical background

The first version of Abita+ dates back to 2001. Concepts are, in the computer world as in other domains, concepts that are discovered and forgotten, then rediscovered in the belief that they are innovative or original. At the dawn of the 20th century, to explore architectural solutions, there were three ways. The first was to mimic analogical tools and methods. This is the virtual drawing board such as AutoCad for example. The intellectual process is the same as for hand drawing, it is only the ease of corrections, re- editing and duplication that make it a very productive tool. The second path, less known and somewhat forgotten, is that of declarative modeling. In this method, the idea is to start with the expected result and work backwards through the inductive chain.

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