Benedikt Gross, Hartmut Bohnacker
Generating form is one of the most fundamental aspects of architectural education and practice. While new computational tools are enabling ever more unpredictable forms, critics argue that this leads to a disconnection between architectural output and its context.
This attractive, pocket-sized book uses 11 different architectural projects to explore how generative design processes can integrate digital as well as physical design tools and techniques to produce innovative forms that cohere with structural and material principles, performance and context.
Illustrated with drawings, computer images and models, this stimulating, accessible handbook of ideas provides a guide for students as well as an inspiration for practising architects.
Asterios Agkathidis is Lecturer in Digital Design at the Liverpool School of Architecture. He is the author of numerous publications, including Modular Structures (2009) and Computational Architecture (2012).
|Format||Paperback / softback|
|Publication Date||2 October 2018|
|Rights||Europe (excluding Netherlands, Belgium, Germany, Austria, Switzerland), Middle East, South Africa, Swaziland, Lesotho, Namibia, Botswana and Zimbabwe|