Activity: Talks and presentations › Conference presentations
This keynote lecture focuses on the technique finding shape, form, function and most importantly meaning in the early design stage development of buildings. Based on case studies from works made in collaboration with different major Nordic architectural studios Kristoffer Negendahl gives his perspectives on how design, analysis and computation are shaping our built environment.Assistant professor Kristoffer Negendahl represents the Technical university of Denmark and his research in application of scaled analysis of sustainability and circularity in early design stages. His background in building physics (Energy, thermal comfort and computer fluid dynamics) with the aspects on design optimization has been applied in practice as well as his work in research and teaching. Kristoffer has been part of forming the internal r&d unit within Bjarke Ingels Group called BIGIDEAS, and have worked with BIG since 2015. Kristoffer is cofounder of Procedural.build which exists to organize and scale environmental-, life cycle - and sustainability analyses for architects and designers.
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