A++

fifth year | spring '20

A++ is my final thesis project at the USC School of Architecture. The thesis questions the future of architecture practice and how design may begin to intersect with other practices of computation, specifically machine learning. The thesis imagines that there is an exhibition of the 'architecture practice of the future' put on display at LA's contemporary artspace, the Geffen MOCA.

 

A++ is an architecture practice, the exhibition of one, and ultimately a platform for telling the narrative of what may become of architectural design in our near future. Below is my final thesis presentation, which culminates into a short film that tells the story of A++'s exhibition at the Geffen MOCA.

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