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id 047b
authors Woodbury, R, Williamson, S, Beesley, P
year 2006
title Parametric Modeling as a Design Representation in Architecture: a process account
source Third CDEN/RCCI International Conference on Education, Innovation, and Practice in Engineering Design, Toronto, ON, Canada, 24-26 July 2006. Canadian Design Engineering Network. Published on CD.
summary Disciplines outside of engineering, for instance, architecture, are adopting parametric modelling as a design representation. This paper reports on three aspects of the adoption process, which is largely being conducted through multi-day workshops outside of formal university course settings. Fist, the structure and process of such workshops may be a model for interdisciplinary learning and university-industry liaison. Second, students learning parametric modelling must master skill different from that required for non-parametric representation. Third, the parametric modelling strategies being developed in architecture may have both similarities and differences to those used in engineering.
keywords Parametric Modelling Design Representation Generative Components
series other
type normal paper
email rw@sfu.ca
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