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For PA TALKS #57, we had a great conversation with Tim Fu on AI, the future of architecture, his career, and more. Tim Fu is a professional in the field of architecture and design. He completed his master’s degree at the Architectural Association and holds a bachelor’s degree in Architecture from Ryerson University. Tim is the founder of Studio Tim Fu and currently manages various projects in Europe, the Middle East, and Asia at this design studio based in London. Tim Fu has worked in world-famous design firms such as Zaha Hadid Architects, IJP, and BIG – Bjarke Ingels Group.

Tim Fu is an expert in the field of emerging technologies and provides workshops at PAACADEMY. He is renowned for being one of the pioneers in teaching AI architecture and has built a reputation for providing top-quality education on AI.

Hosted by Hamid Hassanzadeh, founder and creative director of PA, the PA Talks interview series brings together the brightest minds in architecture and design. These captivating conversations explore the lives, careers, and visions for the future of these individuals.

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