Learn how to apply digital technologies to design responsive, interactive spaces. Computational design affects the way content is imagined, created, fabricated, delivered and displayed by combining architecture and design with computer science and engineering.
This degree gives you an understanding of digital technologies and their use in the built environment by enabling you to take part in projects in industrial design, architecture, construction, urban design and planning. You will also learn cutting-edge computer-design skills and digital technologies, including 3D modelling, digital geometry and parametric design, responsive environments, form making, and robotic and digital fabrication using 3D printers and laser cutters.
In your third year, you will work on actual projects set by industry partners, with the potential of making valuable industry connections.