Team

Grayson Bailey

Research Assistant

Grayson is a research assistant at the Chair of Computer Science in Architecture at the Bauhaus-University Weimar in Germany. He received his MArch from University of Nebraska (2014) before working as a design architect in New York and Stuttgart, and has earned degrees in MSc MediaArchitecture from Bauhaus Universität Weimar (2020) and MSc Architecture in Situated Technologies at the University at Buffalo SUNY (2020).

 

Phone: +49 1792 / 34 3166
e-Mail: grayson.daniel.bailey[at]uni-weimar.de

 

Teaching:

2020 Computational Design Methods / Independent Seminar - Introduction to Programming with Processing

2021 Independent Seminar - Introduction to computational thinking and coding with p5.js

 Research Projects:

2021 -2023 OpenVREVAL (Offenes Framework zur Virtual Reality basierten nutzerzentrierten Bewertung von Gebäudeentwürfen)

Publications:

Bailey, Grayson. (2020). {adiscourse.net}: An Exploration in Discourse Practices and Production. MediaArchitecture Thesis. Weimar, Germany.

Bailey, Grayson. (2019). “Pre-requisites of Self-organization: The reemergence of Colin Ward”. Utopia Computer: The “New” in Architecture? 6th Forum Architekturwissenschaft. November 15-16. Berlin, Germany.

Bailey, Grayson. (2014). “Equality through Pedagogy: Design Thinking in Architectural Education”. No Limits: Women and Gender Studies Conference. March 7. Kearney (NE), USA.

Bailey, Grayson. (2014). “Fear and Hope: Science Fiction Theory in Architecture”. THERE: Journal of Design. Vol. 9. pp 56 - 61.