LANDSCAPE AND IN- CON-FOMITY
ROSARIO NATIONAL UNIVERSITY RESEARCH
Arti!icial intelligence in the description of patterns of con!iguration and evolution of the landscape for the subsequent development of "responsive" artifacts
The objective is to verify whether it is possible to conceive "responsive" artifacts (architectures, cities, elements) capable of catalyzing processes and promoting mutual interaction with the landscape.
The reason for the research is based on the detection of an exhaustion of the disciplinary models referred to the process of determination and production of artifacts, the concept of landscape, and the consequent relationship between the two. In this sense, the disciplines of architecture and urban planning have sustained a conceptualization of the landscape as an ordered nature, completely determined, stable and predictable. Consequently, he has leaned on the model of "formal composition" where the relationship between artifacts and landscape is reduced to a "placement" operation.
Develop tools that contribute to generating responsive relationships between artifacts and landscapes.
Explore the possibilities of arti!icial intelligence in the detection and mathematical description of landscape con!iguration patterns and processes and their possible translation into the determination of artifacts.
ROSARIO NATIONAL UNIVERSITY
Director: Dr. Ana Valderrama
Co- Director: Mg. Pedro Ferrazini - Mg. Casey Rehm