Generating architectural spatial configurations. Two approaches using Voronoi tessellations and particle systems
Coates, Paul, Derix, Christian, Krakhofer, Ing Stefan Paul and Karanouh, AbdulMajid 2005. Generating architectural spatial configurations. Two approaches using Voronoi tessellations and particle systems.
|Authors||Coates, Paul, Derix, Christian, Krakhofer, Ing Stefan Paul and Karanouh, AbdulMajid|
It was one of the primary goals of the original Master’s programme in Computing and design at UEL in 1991 that we should work towards defining morphological generative processes for the conceptual design of architectural objects. These two papers offer a range of techniques which have been developed by two of this years MSc students (04-05) which show that we are getting close to this. The approaches range from computational geometric approaches (3d parametrics and voronoi diagrams) to emergent spatial orgaisation using agent based modelling. In many cases the resultant geometry is defined to the point where it can be transferred to advanced evaluation and fabrication systems, thus making this work sufficiently developed to begin to form a useful part in practical design processes.
|Keywords||conceptual design; architectural object design|
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|Deposited||09 Jul 2010|
|Web address (URL)||http://www.generativeart.com|
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