Architecture IO

  • Mikael Colville-Andersen

    Bicycle Urbanism by Design: The Importance of Designing Streets Instead of Engineering Them

    What if we used direct human observation and basic design principles in urban planning, in order to try and make transport more effective and to rebuild our liveable cities?

  • Bruno Moser

    A Designer’s Perspective

    Bruno Moser, the Head of the Urban Design Group at Foster + Partners talks about urban mobility from a designer’s view point, exploring the relationship between land use, density, and transport systems

  • Sam Martin

    A Divergent City

    Sam Martin, the architect behind the ambitious SkyCycle project, explains why London needs to invest for all of its citizens in this alternative infrastructure route.

  • Till Nagel

    Unfolding the City

    Till explores the challenges in urban data visualisation, as well as showcases multiple projects that demonstrate current approaches to and new thinkings about urban mobility.

  • Susan Claris

    The Benefits of Walkable Cities

    A riveting talk on why walking should be at the heart of all our decisions about the built environment, as walkable cities are better cities.

What is Architecture IO?

Architecture IO is a conference devoted to promoting innovative projects, initiatives, and ideas at the convergence of architecture, engineering, science and technology. These talks are presented by industry professionals and thinkers who are working towards solving local and global challenges. Through a series of high impact conferences and talks, Architecture IO wants to humanise architecture, promote interdisciplinary discussions, and make knowledge accessible to everyone.

Next Event

Hacking Architecture

The coming Architecture IO conference “Hacking Architecture” will focus on the development of innovative computational tools, design processes, and how to apply these in creative, socially meaningful responses to challenging design problems.

Some of the areas we will cover include building information modeling, CAD/CAM technologies, generative and parametric design, design technology and real world design problems, digital fabrication and new materials, software and hardware development of advanced tools, the internet of things, visualisation technologies, rapid prototyping, and more.