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id acadiaregional2011_012
authors Karle, David; Brian M. Kelly
year 2011
title Parametric Thinking
source Parametricism (SPC) ACADIA Regional 2011 Conference Proceedings
summary Digital tools are currently being used in design schools across the country. This paradigm in both education and practice of architecture is continually changing the profession, from the way in which design is conceived, represented, documented, and fabricated. Parametric design can be defined as a series of questions to establish the variables of a design and a computational definition that can be utilized to facilitate a variety of solutions. Parametric thinking is a way of relating tangible and intangible systems into a design proposal removed from digital tool specificity and establishes relationships between properties within a system. It asks architects to start with the design parameters and not preconceived or predetermined design solutions.
series ACADIA
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