How Generative Design Can Save On CO2 Emissions
Generative design is a process of exploring multiple solutions to a design problem. In practice, it’s an algorithmic technology that generates a specified number of outputs limited by certain constraints, limitations, and targets. When it comes to architectural design and construction, generative design is most often geared towards finding the most efficient, optimal design for a space, building, or urban region. And this is where its promise to reduce CO2 emissions is most observable. This article will explore how generative design can - and already is - helping slam the brakes on climate change.