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authors Asojo, Abimbola Oluwatoni
year 2000
title Design Algorithms after Le Corbusier
source ACADIA Quarterly, vol. 19, no. 4, pp. 17-24
summary Some views of design are the act as puzzle making, problem solving, evolutionary, and decision-making. All these focus on form generation as constructive, therefore characterizing design as a path-planning problem through a space of possibilities. Design problems consist sets of information divided into initial, intermediate, and goal states. Design in its simplest state consist of a set of operators, sequences (or paths) between initial and goals states. In this paper, I present design algorithms for Le Corbusier because of his distinct compositional techniques particularly for his “White Villas” in which some elements have been identified to recursively occur.
series ACADIA
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