The Computational Design, based on algorithmic and parametric processes, allows the complexity of the project to be managed with great efficiency. Its application to Form Finding through the use of integrated algorithmic editors, gives rise to outcomes that exceed the designer’s ability to foreshadow non-recurring formal solutions. The morphogenetic process, taking advantage of the digital instrument, produces evolutionary models that adapt to environmental stresses. The study explores the modification of the shape of a specific building artefact by relating the incident solar radiation with its recursive spatial transformations, regulated by geometric operations. The application to the evolutionary process that derives from it originates complex and new formal solutions, difficult to be described with the aid of the most widely used tools in conventional design practice. The synthesis of experience supports the purpose of the contribution.

MORFOGENETICA COMPUTAZIONALE: UN PROCESSO EVOLUTIVO APPLICATO A STRUTTURE ESISTENTI Computational Morphogenetic: An Evolutionary Process Applied to Existing Structures / Caldera, Carlo; Manni, Valentino; Pasquero, Claudia; Poletto, Marco; Valzano, LUCA SAVERIO. - ELETTRONICO. - (2019), pp. 210-211. ((Intervento presentato al convegno Colloqio.AT.e 2019. Ingegno e costruzione nell’epoca della complessità Forma urbana e individualità architettonica tenutosi a Torino nel settembre 2019.

MORFOGENETICA COMPUTAZIONALE: UN PROCESSO EVOLUTIVO APPLICATO A STRUTTURE ESISTENTI Computational Morphogenetic: An Evolutionary Process Applied to Existing Structures

Carlo Caldera;Valentino Manni;PASQUERO, Claudia;POLETTO, MARCO;Luca Saverio Valzano
2019

Abstract

The Computational Design, based on algorithmic and parametric processes, allows the complexity of the project to be managed with great efficiency. Its application to Form Finding through the use of integrated algorithmic editors, gives rise to outcomes that exceed the designer’s ability to foreshadow non-recurring formal solutions. The morphogenetic process, taking advantage of the digital instrument, produces evolutionary models that adapt to environmental stresses. The study explores the modification of the shape of a specific building artefact by relating the incident solar radiation with its recursive spatial transformations, regulated by geometric operations. The application to the evolutionary process that derives from it originates complex and new formal solutions, difficult to be described with the aid of the most widely used tools in conventional design practice. The synthesis of experience supports the purpose of the contribution.
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