John Bohn begins his lecture with an overview of his education and career in the field of architecture. He documents his time spent at The Ohio State University, reflecting on his engagement with contemporary critical discourse and digital technologies. Bohn then recalls his early professionally career, including a position with Arata Isozaki Associates in Tokyo. He then enters a discussion regarding his recent personal research explorations. The first exploration involves design software engineering. Next, Bohn documents an installation at the Rhode Island School of Design with an interest in “Open Source Architecture,” Bohn concludes his lecture with a documentation of residential project in Carmel, CA involving immersive environments and vocabularies for form generation.