Technology is changing the creative process for architects. How will the next generation of Metaverse Native and VR Native architects design the world?
The field of architecture has already changed with the rise of VR for example reviewing pre-built designs. How will the creative and collaboration process of architectural design change by widespread VR and metaverse access? In this episode, Andreea Ion Cojocaru, CEO of NUMENA, shares a VR first approach and hints at the inevitable new breed of VR Native and Metaverse Native architects which will lead to new and surprising changes to decision making and problem solving. How will learning and skills acquisition in the real world be accelerated through virtual worlds? What does team work and the creative process itself look like for architects? What impact will this have on the built environment and how might this change the field of architecture allowing new avenues for participation and imagination.
Andreea Ion Cojocaru is a licensed architect and a software developer. She is the co-founder & CEO of NUMENA, an award-winning German company. NUMENA works at the intersection of traditional architecture and XR development to develop projects that require a high degree of interdisciplinary expertise and a new approach to cognitive and spatial challenges. Currently, she is working on a VR creative tool for architectural environments.