PETER BUŠ ARCHITECTURE | COMPUTATIONAL DESIGN
Peter Buš is an architect concentrating on development of custom-based computational environments and design workflows within the field of Responsive Cities focusing on end-users’ perspective. This includes the development of frameworks and interfaces for participatory design activities. The scope of his research is focused on the phenomenon of emergence within natural and built environments and how complex relational qualities influence forms of architecture and cities. In addition, he investigates potentialities of computation, digital fabrication methods, and prototyping practices for their applications of construction deliveries in large-scale urban contexts and their capacities to respond to citizens' necessities. He tests and applies his research approaches within the scope of Digital Architecture Research Centre (DARC) and implements them into teaching agenda at the Kent School of Architecture and Planning, Canterbury.
Peter obtained his PhD degree at the Cabinet of Architectural Modelling MOLAB at the Faculty of Architecture CTU in Prague, Czech Republic where he had been involved as a 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.
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PETER BUŠ | ARCHITECTURE | COMPUTATIONAL DESIGN | RESEARCH