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Parametric Urbanism: 15 Basic Parameters In Urban Design

This list is not comprehensive but a starting point for any planning project.

In a successfully designed urban plan the designer needs to manage and manipulate multiple interconnected parameters. Each parameter can be investigated and developed independently, but will also have to be…

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Posted on April 15, 2020 at 7:52am — 1 Comment

Emergent Design: 8 Reasons Why Parametric Design is Changing Architecture

This is my short list of 8 reasons why parametric design is changing Architecture.

PARAMETRIC DESIGN

I first came across systemic and parametric design approaches while studying at the Architectural Association in London in the late 90s. Since then I have participated in and conducted research around digital and computational design. My Nordic roots drive me increasingly towards …

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Posted on April 15, 2020 at 7:47am

Future Looks Bright: The End of Modernism In Architecture

HOW THINGS BEGIN

We have been hearing of the end of modernism for a long time, why is it still here? Art movements are founded on a philosophy as well as being fixed in the era the movement operates in. It is always difficult to mark a specific start and end date for cultural and artistic eras. Movements feed off and feed into one another, and the shift to a new movement tends to be more gradual than we are led to believe.

The overarching movements prior to Modernism were…

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Posted on April 15, 2020 at 7:43am — 2 Comments

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