Exploring the agile equilibrium between computational and contextual competencies
Computational design is an approach to design that leverages digital technology to generate and manipulate design solutions. It involves the use of algorithms, software, and other tools to automate design processes and generate design outcomes. The use of computational design allows designers to explore a large number of design options and evaluate the results quickly and efficiently, leading to the creation of innovative and effective designs. This approach can be applied to a wide range of design fields, including architecture, product design, and engineering, among others. By incorporating computational design into their work, designers can streamline the design process and produce more effective and efficient solutions.
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