The collaboration with Artificial-Architecture at Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD) has created “Generative-Ipse” – an interactive AI (artificial intelligence) prototype that generates perfectly matching interiors in real time based on any chosen furniture by Ipse Ipsa Ipsum.
Imagine being able to browse through furniture catalogues that extend infinitely based on personal style: Black & White, Coastal Modern, Boho Chic… Choose any of the curated styles and your favourite sofa from the catalogue, and the platform will generate (in real-time) any number of perfectly matching interior designs for you at Ipse Ipsa Ipsum.
The event also features a talk by Dr Immanuel Koh, director of Artificial-Architecture and Assistant Professor in both the pillars of Architecture & Sustainable Design (ASD) and Design & Artificial Intelligence (DAI) at SUTD.
Furthermore, visitors can opt to take part in Generative-Ipse- with an option of cutting edge technologies such as EEG and eye trackers to reflect perception through gaze and brainwaves measurements.
Join Ipse and Artificial-Architecture for this 1-day event to learn the potential impact of these technologies on design through an engaging talk, a mini-exhibition, and a hands-on workshop at our showroom.
Generative AI & Design
Exhibition of showrooms are displayed in a large screen (projected).
Workshop is conducted on the interactive prototype, that embeds eye tracking technology which will return the user’s generated image. It will then be displayed in the exhibition space.
The event requires participation from the visitors. Eye tracking data may be used to conduct the workshop.
Immanuel Koh is an Assistant Professor in Architecture & Sustainable Design (ASD) and Design & Artificial Intelligence (DAI) at the Singapore University of Technology & Design (SUTD). Trained at the Architectural Association (AA) and Zaha Hadid Architects in London, he obtained his PhD from the School of Computer Sciences and Institute of Architecture at the École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL).
WORKSHOP RESEARCH INSTRUCTORS
Elissa Hartanto is a researcher in Artificial-Architecture lab at Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD). Her paper ‘Neuro-Participatory Urbanism: Sensing Sentiments and Tracking Perceptions with Machine Learning.’ has been presented in several conferences, including the City, Public Space and Body (Goldsmiths, UCL), and published in Architecture, Media Politics Society (Calgary). Her interest lies in Neuroarchitecture and Neuroaesthetics.
Ashley Chen is a researcher in Artificial-Architecture lab at Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD). She was awarded the Design Computation Award on her thesis on wearable technology and AI. She was later awarded for her paper on AI and Metaverse for the AAAI Symposium. She is also a presenter for the upcoming International Forum for Architecture Thesis Design in Taiwan & Southeast Asia 2023.
ipse ipsa ipsum
ipse ipsa ipsum reflects a tapestry of individuals, artisans, and designers who collaborate across various disciplines to create individualized pieces that transform ordinary living spaces into extraordinary places. Translating to “himself, herself, itself”, the brand celebrates the people and talent behind its success, preserving tradition to inspire a lifestyle less ordinary.
Discover more at: ipseipsaipsum.com
Artificial-architecture is based at the Singapore University of Technology & Design (SUTD) — a speculative and experimental design research group that not only explores the technics of the artificial, but also its epistemological, cultural, political and aesthetic implications through the expanded lens of the architectural, and vice versa.
Discover more at: instagram.com/artificialarchitecture.ai
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- ipse ipsa ipsum
29 Sep 2023
2pm – 4pm
Ipse Ipsa Ipsum
#11-02 Tan Boon Liat Building
315 Outram Road
Free with Registration
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