John Locke is an architect and Principal Research Scientist with The Living, part of Autodesk Research. He has extensive experience developing significant architectural works which display a deep understanding between a project's form, material and urban context. Most recently, he has managed the office's competition winning entry at the PS1 MoMA in Queens, New York and is currently working on the Princeton Laboratory for Embodied Computation as well as Living Light, an interactive, public installation to be installed in New York's East River.
John holds a graduate architecture degree from Columbia University in New York. At Columbia, he is currently an Adjunct Professor where his research focuses on the political and social implications of public design.
Danil Nagy, Damon Lau , John Locke, James Stoddart, Lorenzo Villaggi, Ray Wang, Dale Zhao, David Benjamin (2017)Project Discover: An application of generative design for architectural space planning
SimAUD 2017 Conference proceedings:
Symposium on Simulation for Architecture and Urban Design
The Living / Autodesk Research
New York, NY 10006