Milly’s work centres on re-modelisation, pushing traditional research methods and design practices past the accepted norm and into new and exciting fields such as artificial-intelligence-aided design, video animation, and 3D rendered design.
“AI gives the architect access to unlimited and unparalleled design development. Its use in my work allows me to introduce variability at the execution of a single line of code, with infinite possibilities and applications.”
Translating established deep learning methodologies to fashion is a new horizon for designers. Think of AI not as competition for the designer, but as a tool to create a strong, fresh foundation to begin the design process. AI can recognise a house’s tone of voice, their specific design language, and push conventional design further while still staying inside the house’s identity, or indeed it can break out of that box entirely.