April topic: Computation and Generative Design in the Practice of Architecture
This month we have a special guest from TestFit. Clifton Harness will be sharing his knowledge on the latest developments and his work on Generative Design in the practice of Architecture. This session and all AIA MN TAP sessions are open to all regardless of your knowledge of technology. We look forward to seeing you there.
Clifton Harness (B.Arch – University of Texas ‘15) is a co-founder and CEO of TestFit. TestFit builds generative and co-creation design software geared towards multifamily and parking. Over the last 18 months, TestFit has started to shape the conversation on how generative design can be easily and practically applied to everyday practice. Clifton worked for several years in real estate development, has completed his AXP hours and is studying to become an architect. He also attended his first ice hockey game (it was in Minneapolis!) last year.
April location: Alliiance, 400 Clifton Avenue, Minneapolis. 55403
Map and directions (PDF)
Co-Chairs: Mike Engel, Assoc. AIA and Adam Wilbrecht, AIA
Staff liaison: Deanna Christiansen
Meeting date: Third Thursday of the month (February, April, June, August, October, December) from 5:00 pm to 6:30 pm. Locations will change for each meeting.