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authors Serrentino, Roberto Hugo and Borsetti, Ricardo Enrique
year 1999
title Las Teselas de Penrose como generadoras de Agrupamientos de Formas Arquitectónicas Regulares (The "Teselas de Penrose" as Generators of Groups of Regular Architectural Forms)
source III Congreso Iberoamericano de Grafico Digital [SIGRADI Conference Proceedings] Montevideo (Uruguay) September 29th - October 1st 1999, pp. 161-164
summary Considering plane tessellation as a creative trigger that contributes to modular form design, a procedure to group 2D shapes and architectural 3D forms is developed. The particular case studied in this article is about Penrose tilings, which tessellate no-periodically, admitting a covering of the plane without using a constant distance repetition pattern. Procedures and rules for geometric generation and fractalization are analyzed. A technique to generate aperiodic tilings is proposed, so they will be used as a geometric precise support for the insertion of architectural objects that follow predetermined dimensional patterns, looking for constructive standardization without restricting diversity of cases. Using digital techniques, linear and central structures of groupings are analyzed. Both typologies are exemplified in various abstraction levels.
series SIGRADI
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