2022 ACADIA conference, Hybrids & Haecceities, covers extra-disciplinary collaboration, the importance of tiny things, and the ethics of artificial intelligence

It’s easy to leave a week jam-packed with cutting-edge research feeling optimistic about the various futures that the architectural discipline holds before us. But maybe that optimism has less to do with the power of any one standout or breakthrough (though there were many) and more about what it means to come together—in person, finally!—to dialogue about those futures as a collaborative and collective body.

“Hybrids & Haecceities,” the 41st annual conference for the Association for Computer Aided Design in Architecture (ACADIA), convened at the University of Pennsylvania in late October, the first in-person event for the non-profit, volunteer-led organization since the onset of

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