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Dialogs between physical and digital modelling methods on architectural design

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posted on 2012-01-01, 00:00 authored by Alejandro Veliz, Tuba KocaturkTuba Kocaturk, Benachir Medjdoub, Riccardo Balbo
As the current digitally-mediated architectural practice evolves, architectural models, regardless of their expressiveness or type, are a way to craft the interaction between the designer and the designed object. Models become artefacts that engage on a continuous interaction with the designer via different media, interpretation and knowledge retrieval schemes, organizational fl ows and tools. These interactions have recently been facilitated by the use of physical and digital production and analysis methods. In this report, we introduce a novel understanding of the relationships between physical and digital modelling techniques. We propose an updated framework that allocates these relationships into four categories: directed production, non-directed production, dual modelling, and mixed modelling. A review of different modelling classifications and frameworks is presented and exemplary case studies from the design domain are introduced for each category.

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Volume

2

Pagination

281-289

Location

Prague, Czech Republic

Open access

  • Yes

Start date

2012-09-12

End date

2012-09-14

ISBN-13

9789491207037

Language

eng

Publication classification

E1.1 Full written paper - refereed

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2012, Czech Technical University in Prague, Faculty of Architecture

Title of proceedings

eCAADE 2012 : Proceedings of the 30th eCAADe Conference : Physical Digitality

Event

eCAADe. Conference (30th: 2012 : Prague, Czech Republic)

Publisher

Czech Technical University in Prague, Faculty of Architecture

Place of publication

Prague, Czech Republic

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