The Neural Architecture Group interrogates the emerging field of architecture and artificial intelligence (AI), through work that is increasingly entangled in questions of agency, culture and ethics in AI research. This rapidly developing field of architectural inquiry is ripe for a rigorous interrogation. Almost daily, new practices emerge that focus on opportunities that an expanded human mind through AI offer for the discipline of architecture. Neural Architecture oscillates between those poles of tension, informing the public audience, and the discipline, about the status quo and the vision of this paradigm changing new ecology of design. The first genuinely 21st century design methodology.

The Neural Architecture Group (NAG) consists of Matias del Campo, Sandra Manninger, Daniel Bolojan and Immanuel Koh