PETER BUŠ ARCHITECTURE | COMPUTATIONAL DESIGN
Peter Buš is an architect, urban designer and a researcher mainly focused on advanced urban modelling techniques and research in generative and algorithmic modelling metodologies in the framework of urban simulations. He had previously worked as a researcher at the Future Cities Laboratory at the SIngapore ETH Centre and as a design and project architect in several architectural studios as well as an self-run practising architect.
Peter obtained his PhD degree at the Cabinet of Architectural Modeling MOLAB at the Faculty of Architecture CTU in Prague, Czech Republic where he had been involved as an design studio Assistant Professor since 2010. He holds Bachelor of Arts (2002) and Master of Arts in Architecture degrees (2004) from the Academy of Fine Arts and Design in Bratislava, Slovakia.
Peter's long-term research is based on investigation of the phenomenon of emergence within the urban environments in terms of unpredictable behavior of urban patterns. He was co-developing a simulation tool EmCity in order to explore the spatial growth and urban activity graininess according to a local-scale bottom-up stimuli taking into account selected urban dynamics. His research interest is mostly concentrating onto urban simulations driven by agent-based systems.
MGR. ART. PETER BUŠ, Ph.D.
Future Cities Laboratory Singapore ETH Centre
DAM spol. s r. o., Praha
MCA atelier s.r.o., Praha
MS architekti, Praha