Stephen Coorlas, an architect in the Chicago area, is far ahead of ordinary architects—those who sketch in 2D, whether on paper or on tablets. He uses cutting-edge technology, specifically generative design and artificial intelligence (AI) for his concepts. It is the first case we have seen of computer-aided imagination. The result: buildings like you have never seen before.
Creating images of the most fanciful, yet somehow still habitable designs, from a text-to-image engine like Midjour…