Ann Reynolds

I'd rather be deriving

Ann was inspired by Buckminster Fuller, one of her architectural professors. He encouraged a generalist and integrative philosophy, by creating links between human awareness and our tangible inventions.
Ann views the future of architecture as a technologically enhanced immersive environment, that will accommodate our equally enhanced bodies and minds. Similar to the neuroplasticity of our "New Brain", buildings will possess the same ability to self-manage autonomically.
This stunning future we've created will deliver the solutions we seek, but only if we believe in ourselves.
Ann's current interest is self-organizing business models and biological systems that are accelerated by quantum computation. She's an incurable athlete and adventurist, and occasionally writes about her own world journeys that include unconventional risk-taking.

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