This paper is a contribution into domain of Generative Design and Digital Aids to Design Creativity. The outcomes of two workshops for the fourth and fifth year students of architecture are presented. The workshops allowed to draw particularly interesting lessons leading, in consequence, to more general reflections on questions such as the limits in design creativity versus unexpected outcomes calculated by a computer, the gap between boundless possibilities offered by digital design tools and real practice in building construction. And finally, how advanced research results can be incorporated in teaching. This is particularly important, as nowadays students, to become successful architects in the future, not only will have to be good in using CAAD software but also in programming and software development.