This chapter discusses a reading of computational design, which no longer aims at sustainable design solutions that minimally
impact the environment but rather at regenerative design solutions that actively support the natural environment and its future development. It aims at an architecture, an urban space as landscape, as being no less than of prosthetic nature. The discussion
is exemplified through initial design investigations towards regenerative architectural design that were conducted as part of the
design studio teaching at the Department of Architecture at Aalto University and as joint studio teaching with Prof. Carlos
Bañón from the Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD) and his design studio in the Architecture and
Sustainable Design Pillar.