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id caadria2019_637
authors Han, Dongchen, Zhang, Hong, Cui, Weiwen and Huang, Jie
year 2019
title Towards to a Hybrid Model-Making Method based on Translations between Physical and Digital Models - A case study of the freeform architectural design
source M. Haeusler, M. A. Schnabel, T. Fukuda (eds.), Intelligent & Informed - Proceedings of the 24th CAADRIA Conference - Volume 2, Victoria University of Wellington, Wellington, New Zealand, 15-18 April 2019, pp. 561-570
summary The extensive applications of digital models might decrease the capacity of physical model-making for perceptual thinking and enlarge the gap between architects and physical space with limited visual experience. This study aims to propose a reverse process for realizing translations between physical and digital model-making methods from which architects could maximize their initial ideas in conceptual design while allowing for rational digitalization in the detailed design. A review of Reverse Engineering architectural applications is presented and the hybrid method is proposed and examined in a freeform design case. The research shows that in the first translation phase, from handmade physical models to parametric digital models, freeform geometry could be better parameterized in a low degree of deformation based on photogrammetry. Meanwhile, in the second translation phase, from detailed digital models to large-scale physical models, the digitally-driven fabrication could be applied more precisely and automatically based on error handling by 3D laser scanning. Moreover, the process and algorithms developed for the hybrid model-making method indicate the possibility of being applied to further freeform architectural design cases.
keywords Physical models; Digital models; RE technologies; Freeform design; Accuracy
series CAADRIA
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