AI’s role also extends to fostering a human-centric design approach, ensuring that spaces cater to diverse human needs and can more quickly consider design for diverse audiences. As firms become more familiar with it, they’re training AIs to personalize designs, analyze user preference, craft tailor-made solutions for individual requirements, and more. We’re just getting started with the potential. Firms and individuals that see this tool as a partner are already finding new ways to elevate their work and the client experience.
New York-based HWKN Architecture has begun offering AI-driven ideation and visioning services to clients with a transparent approach to their process of human / AI collaboration.