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_id lasg_nearlivingarchitecture_2014_fulltext
id lasg_nearlivingarchitecture_2014_fulltext
authors Beesley, Philip [editor]
year 2014
title Euphoria and Dystopia
source Near-Living Architecture; Work in Progress from The Hylozoic Ground Collaboration 2011 - 2013 [ISBN 978-1-926724-45-4 (pbk).--ISBN 978-1-926724-57-7 (epub).--ISBN 978-1-926724-58-4 (mobi)] Riverside Architectural Press: Toronto, Canada 2014
keywords Living Architecture Systems Group, living architecture, meshworks, metabolisms, kinetic, cybernetic, artificial intelligence, cognition, neuroscience, prototyping, diffusive, subtle phenomena, form-languge, chemistry, natural computing, affect, perception
email philip.beesley@uwaterloo.ca
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_id lasg_nearlivingarchitecture_2014_035
id lasg_nearlivingarchitecture_2014_035
authors Beesley, Philip
year 2014
title Diffusive Prototyping
source Near-Living Architecture; Work in Progress from The Hylozoic Ground Collaboration 2011 - 2013 [ISBN 978-1-926724-45-4 (pbk).--ISBN 978-1-926724-57-7 (epub).--ISBN 978-1-926724-58-4 (mobi)] Riverside Architectural Press: Toronto, Canada 2014 pp. 035 - 044
keywords Living Architecture Systems Group, living architecture, meshworks, metabolisms, kinetic, cybernetic, artificial intelligence, cognition, neuroscience, prototyping, diffusive, subtle phenomena, form-languge, chemistry, natural computing, affect, perception
email philip.beesley@uwaterloo.ca
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_id lasg_nearlivingarchitecture_2014_008
id lasg_nearlivingarchitecture_2014_008
authors Beesley, Philip
year 2014
title Introduction
source Near-Living Architecture; Work in Progress from The Hylozoic Ground Collaboration 2011 - 2013 [ISBN 978-1-926724-45-4 (pbk).--ISBN 978-1-926724-57-7 (epub).--ISBN 978-1-926724-58-4 (mobi)] Riverside Architectural Press: Toronto, Canada 2014 pp. 008 - 034
keywords Living Architecture Systems Group, living architecture, meshworks, metabolisms, kinetic, cybernetic, artificial intelligence, cognition, neuroscience, prototyping, diffusive, subtle phenomena, form-languge, chemistry, natural computing, affect, perception
email philip.beesley@uwaterloo.ca
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_id lasg_nearlivingarchitecture_2014_097
id lasg_nearlivingarchitecture_2014_097
authors Carroll, Becky; Rob Gorbet and Lucinda Presley
year 2014
title It Lives! Promoting Creative and Innovation Thinking in Education
source Near-Living Architecture; Work in Progress from The Hylozoic Ground Collaboration 2011 - 2013 [ISBN 978-1-926724-45-4 (pbk).--ISBN 978-1-926724-57-7 (epub).--ISBN 978-1-926724-58-4 (mobi)] Riverside Architectural Press: Toronto, Canada 2014 pp. 097 - 110
keywords Living Architecture Systems Group, living architecture, meshworks, metabolisms, kinetic, cybernetic, artificial intelligence, cognition, neuroscience, prototyping, diffusive, subtle phenomena, form-languge, chemistry, natural computing, affect, perception
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_id lasg_nearlivingarchitecture_2014_073
id lasg_nearlivingarchitecture_2014_073
authors Derix, Christian; Lucy Helme and ?smund Izaki
year 2014
title Anticipating Behaviours
source Near-Living Architecture; Work in Progress from The Hylozoic Ground Collaboration 2011 - 2013 [ISBN 978-1-926724-45-4 (pbk).--ISBN 978-1-926724-57-7 (epub).--ISBN 978-1-926724-58-4 (mobi)] Riverside Architectural Press: Toronto, Canada 2014 pp. 073 - 084
keywords Living Architecture Systems Group, living architecture, meshworks, metabolisms, kinetic, cybernetic, artificial intelligence, cognition, neuroscience, prototyping, diffusive, subtle phenomena, form-languge, chemistry, natural computing, affect, perception
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_id lasg_nearlivingarchitecture_2014_063
id lasg_nearlivingarchitecture_2014_063
authors KuliŠ, Dana; Rob Gorbet and Ali-Akbar Samadani
year 2014
title Using Affect to Increase Empathy in Near-Living Architecture
source Near-Living Architecture; Work in Progress from The Hylozoic Ground Collaboration 2011 - 2013 [ISBN 978-1-926724-45-4 (pbk).--ISBN 978-1-926724-57-7 (epub).--ISBN 978-1-926724-58-4 (mobi)] Riverside Architectural Press: Toronto, Canada 2014 pp. 063 - 072
keywords Living Architecture Systems Group, living architecture, meshworks, metabolisms, kinetic, cybernetic, artificial intelligence, cognition, neuroscience, prototyping, diffusive, subtle phenomena, form-languge, chemistry, natural computing, affect, perception
email dana.kulic@uwaterloo.ca
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_id acadiaregional2011_014
id acadiaregional2011_014
authors Lee, Dave
year 2011
title Meta-Zoning Logistics
source Parametricism (SPC) ACADIA Regional 2011 Conference Proceedings
summary To the architect, city zoning ordinances that pertain to site setbacks and building envelope profiles are often viewed as restrictive and introduced late in the design process. Conversely, to the urban planner, building design that is more individual, varied, and/or formally sculptural can be viewed as having a negative impact on the urban fabric. Is there a way to create a healthy dialogue between these seemingly polarizing disciplines with a common language?
series ACADIA
last changed 2011/07/08 09:17

_id acadiaregional2011_027
id acadiaregional2011_027
authors Meniru, Kene
year 2011
title Modeling Building Information in a Parametric Environment
source Parametricism (SPC) ACADIA Regional 2011 Conference Proceedings
summary The building design stage starts with an early effort by the architect to create a sketch which embodies the fundamental building knowledge that forms the basis for all later work. This knowledge is mostly lost in current building design practice procedures where the sketch is reduced to individual building components such as walls, floors, etc. By the time the building is constructed, new efforts have to be made to document information about the building necessary to control and maintain it during operation. This paper represents the next step to a Ph.D. study that describes the early building process and important features to support. It presents a sample design session from the study and based on observations from this session, it identifies and describes important digital objects that can be used to capture building knowledge in the sketch.
series ACADIA
last changed 2011/07/08 09:17

_id acadiaregional2011_022
id acadiaregional2011_022
authors Scheer, David R.
year 2011
title Architectural Drawing- A Prospective Requiem
source Parametricism (SPC) ACADIA Regional 2011 Conference Proceedings
summary Drawing has been inextricably entwined with architecture since ancient times. Today, architectural drawing is moribund if not already dead, replaced by technologies that encode and store design information in digital databases. This change has taken place with unbelievable rapidity, especially viewed from an historical perspective. This paper examines how drawing has affected our fundamental ideas about architecture and what effects its demise may have on architecture in the future. The aim is to appreciate what drawing has meant for architecture and to assess the latter's drawing-less prospects, hence a "prospective requiem".
series ACADIA
last changed 2011/07/08 09:17

_id lasg_nearlivingarchitecture_2014_085
id lasg_nearlivingarchitecture_2014_085
authors Stacey, Michael; and Chantelle Niblock
year 2014
title Prototyping Protocell Mesh
source Near-Living Architecture; Work in Progress from The Hylozoic Ground Collaboration 2011 - 2013 [ISBN 978-1-926724-45-4 (pbk).--ISBN 978-1-926724-57-7 (epub).--ISBN 978-1-926724-58-4 (mobi)] Riverside Architectural Press: Toronto, Canada 2014 pp. 085 - 096
keywords Living Architecture Systems Group, living architecture, meshworks, metabolisms, kinetic, cybernetic, artificial intelligence, cognition, neuroscience, prototyping, diffusive, subtle phenomena, form-languge, chemistry, natural computing, affect, perception
email michaelstaceys4aa@icloud.com
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