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id 5362
authors Roudavski, Stanislav
year 2009
title Towards Morphogenesis in Architecture
source Roudavski, Stanislav. "Towards Morphogenesis in Architecture." International Journal of Architectural Computing 7, no. 3 (2009): 345-74.
summary Procedural, parametric and generative computer-supported techniques in combination with mass customization and automated fabrication enable holistic manipulation in silico and the subsequent production of increasingly complex architectural arrangements. By automating parts of the design process, computers make it easier to develop designs through versioning and gradual adjustment. In recent architectural discourse, these approaches to designing have been described as morphogenesis.This paper invites further reflection on the possible meanings of this imported concept in the field of architectural designing. It contributes by comparing computational modelling of morphogenesis in plant science with techniques in architectural designing. Deriving examples from case-studies, the paper suggests potentials for collaboration and opportunities for bi-directional knowledge transfers.
keywords biology; architecture; generative design; parametric design; digital architecture; morphogenesis; digital morphogenesis; morphogenetic strategies; digital creativity; form-finding
series journal paper
type normal paper
email stanislav@stanislavroudavski.net
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