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id ecaaderis2018_114
authors Pyrillos, Theodoros
year 2018
title Behavioural Space Configurations - Architectural Spatial Configuration from a Biological Standpoint
source Odysseas Kontovourkis (ed.), Sustainable Computational Workflows [6th eCAADe Regional International Workshop Proceedings / ISBN 9789491207143], Department of Architecture, University of Cyprus, Nicosia, Cyprus, 24-25 May 2018, pp. 39-48
keywords The following research, depicts a theoretical model of producing architectural spatial layouts. This is based on a more Biological View of Architectural space and concerns it self with the way that organisms (and in-turn we) perceive and interact with our environments. The model presented here emanates from a range of different fields and not only architectural theory and design. This research touches upon the fields architecture, mathematics, biology, behavioural psychology and has been inspired and draws heavily on the work done by Tim Ireland, as well as some of the work of Gregg Lynn and Alessandro Zomparelli, as well as the theoretical work of Uexküll and Kwinter. The model has began from a simple coding exercise and has developed into a detailed organism that acts and interacts with its environment. The end results present a bottom-up approach to spatial architectural layouts that are defined by the way the organism design interacts with given spatial qualities and other similar organisms with other given spatial qualities. The results retrieved from the coding exercises represent a more abstract -at this point- representation of space and have been slightly manipulated in other Modelling Packages to receive a clearer image.
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email theodoros.pyrillos@gmail.com
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