Game-based AR platform for housing design

The creativity of the design phase in building construction is too often hindered by technical limi-tations

Game pieces representing house components selected by the designer are uploaded into a master model. An AI negotiator then analyses the input and creates a building assembly through a con-straint solving algorithm that reflects the inhabitant’s desires. The result is a modular and scalable system that creates customised and unique spaces with interchangeable parts.


  • Argyrios Delithanasis

    Argyrios Delithanasis

    UCL – The Bartlett School of Architecture

    In 2019, Argyrios graduated with a Diploma of Architect Engineer from Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. In 2021, he graduated with Distinction from the Architectural Design MArch from The Bartlett and was awarded a B-Pro Silver Medal for his thesis focusing on automated housing platforms. He has worked at UNStudio, 3XN, DaeWha Kang Design and Gilles Retsin Architecture. Argyrios is currently working at ACME London as part of the Euston OSD design team. Argyrios has a keen interest in exploring new technological mediums, such as computer vision and robotics, to automate the process of collaborative design, construction and inhabitation. more

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  • Santiago Del Aguila Ferrandis

    Santiago Del Aguila Ferrandis

    UCL – The Bartlett School of Architecture

    Santiago is an architect based in Madrid, working at Nagami Design, a 3d printing manufacturing start-up. He graduated with honors from San Pablo CEU in 2018. In 2021 he completed the Master in Design and Digital Fabrication at Barlett School of Architecture (UCL) and was awarded the Silver Medal and B-Pro Theory Prize for developing the design thesis “With Without” and its robotic prototype. more

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  • Andrea Terceros Barron

    Andrea Terceros Barron

    UCL – The Bartlett School of Architecture

    Andrea Terceros, born in Bolivia, studied architecture and Urban Planning at the University of Stuttgart in Germany. Terceros did an exchange semester at the Politecnico di Milano and later on worked at the firms Bjarke Ingels Group and Effekt in Copenhagen. Upon graduation, Andrea moved to Tokyo where she worked as an architect at Kengo Kuma and Associates during 2 years. After her time in Japan Terceros moved to London to pursue her Masters Degree in Architectural Design at the Bartlett School of Architecture at the UCL. Currently she is based in Bolivia, where she opened her own architectural firm ‘Atelier Atres’. more

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