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id ecaade2020_511
authors Maierhofer, Mathias, Ulber, Marie, Mahall, Mona, Serbest, Asli and Menges, Achim
year 2020
title Designing (for) Change - Towards adaptivity-specific architectural design for situational open Environments
source Werner, L and Koering, D (eds.), Anthropologic: Architecture and Fabrication in the cognitive age - Proceedings of the 38th eCAADe Conference - Volume 2, TU Berlin, Berlin, Germany, 16-18 September 2020, pp. 575-584
summary The introduction of cybernetic principles to the architectural discourse some 50 years ago stimulated a new notion of buildings as dynamic and under-specified systems. Although their traditional conception as static and deterministic objects has remained predominant to this day, concepts for adaptive architecture capable of interacting with their surroundings and occupants have gained renewed attention in recent decades. However, investigations so far have largely concentrated on small-scale applications or individual adaptation strategies. The notion of situational open Environments, as argued in this paper, provides a framework through which adaptivity can be conceived and explored more holistically as well as on an inhabitable scale. Environments reject deterministic design and adaptation solutions and hence call for integrative and interactive design strategies that not only allow for the exploration of particularly adaptable (i.e. underspecified) architectural morphologies, but also for the communication and negotiation during their further development beyond deployment. In respect thereof, this paper discusses the potentials and implications of computational (design) strategies, meaning the agencies of buildings, designers, residents, and surroundings. The presented research originates from the author's involvement in an interdisciplinary research project centered around the development of an adaptive high-rise building that incorporates various adaptation strategies.
keywords Adaptive Architecture; Architectural Environment; Computational Design; Agent-based Modeling; Architecture Theory; Cybernetics
series eCAADe
email mathias.maierhofer@icd.uni-stuttgart.de
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