Geometry and form II

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Space is defined as complex system made up of individual characteristic points, nodes of an event, named architectural form. We define space as open and closed fields of pattern and language. In 300BC mathematics were discovered by Aristotle, geometry by Euclid. Since then geometry has been subjected to space, form, perception and social patterns. When Descartes discovered the coordinate system …

Digital library – CITC_VII

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DIGITAL LIBRARY ‘Codes in the Clouds’ is a research by design studio. Research by design in general and in particular means that we predominantly test how architectural structures can learn and be influenced by scientific and natural findings in the combination of geometry, material behavior and structure. The studio is concerned with the exploration of computation to provoke an architectural …

Codes in the clouds VIII – Topology frequencies

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TOPOLOGY FREQUENCIES: post-digital urban habitat, taxonomy and differentiation Students: Shady Abdulabdelazeem, Natalie Belous, Mariana Diaz, Alan Dzhibilov, Duane Harry, Kamila Kalitova, Katarzyna Pis, Jekaterina Prohinam, Yamen Rael, Tim Shapkin Fifty years after the rise and fall of Japanese Metabolism the studio investigated into a rethinking of the urban tabula-rasa habitat activated by dynamic patterns of behavior, furnished by an understanding …