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12.01.2012 - Catch up on the History of BIM.
Housing Agency System (HAS): Multi-Criteria Satisficing & Mass-Customization of Homes is an article describing a generative design system for the design of single family homes.
Using evaluative measures an operation room layout is described and measured for compliance with an adjacency matrix, providing a score for how well a given layout performs for operational efficiency and patient experience.
Generative Design Systems have been appearing frequently in some high profile projects, especially concerning Multi-Objective Design Optimization.
The circulation in a typical skyscraper through an elevator that is closed off on all sides, reveals little to an occupant of a building concerning the activity taking place within.
A brief history of Building Information Modeling, the software that has disrupted traditional methods of representation and collaboration in architecture.
The boundary between temporary and permanent has always been a subject of inquiry for architects. Temporary building systems are often thought of as sub-par, while closer examination shows that all architecture is temporary
Multi-Objective Design Optimization city is a proposal for an evolutionary master plan organizing the growth for a ultra high density urban village, near Chengdu, China. Completed for the first annual Vertical Cities Asia…
Optimizing Envelopes is a multi-objective optimization experiment that puts spatial layout requirements up against solar gain.
A class comedy that turned into an internet sensation overnight, Architecture LOLCATS connects architectural icons, and cats.
Architecture Research Lab spent some time on Gotts Island, Maine this Summer and wanted to make furniture to enjoy the beautiful views of Acadia National Park.
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