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Computer-Aided Architectural Design Futures (CAADFutures) 2007

Proceedings of the 12th International CAAD Futures Conference

Dong, Andy, Vande Moere, Andrew, Riitahuhta, Asko (Eds.)

2007, XIII, 602 p. With CD-ROM.

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  • Presents state-of-the-art CAAD research and practice
  • Offers broad topical coverage of applications of computing in architectural design
  • Describes best practices for teaching and learning computing in architectural design

The internationally refereed papers in this book present the state-of-the-art in computer-aided architectural design research. All the papers are from the Proceedings of the 12th International Conference of CAADFutures, which took place in Sydney, Australia.

These papers reflect the conference theme, Integrating Technologies for Computer-Aided Design. Collectively, they provide the technological foundation for new ways of thinking about using computers to design. In addition, they address the education of designers themselves. You’ll learn a variety of best practices for teaching and learning computing in architectural design.

CAADFutures is a biennial conference that promotes the advancement of computer-aided architectural design research and teaching. The conferences are organized under the auspices of the CAADFutures Foundation. Started in 1985 in Delft, The Netherlands, the conference series has since traveled to major cities in Europe, Asia, and the United States.

Content Level » Research

Keywords » 3D - Building Information Modeling - Tore - architecture - building - computer-aided design (CAD) - design - environment - layout - model - modeling - simulation - virtual reality - visualization

Related subjects » General Issues - Information Systems and Applications

Table of contents 

Preface ix; BECOMING VIRTUAL: Augmented Reality and Tangible Interfaces in Collaborative Urban Design, by Hartmut Seichter; Mutually Augmented Virtual Environments for Architectural Design and Collaboration, by Xiangyu Wang; Conceptual Modeling Environment (COMOEN), by Chih-Chieh Scottie Huang; Simulation of an Historic Building Using a Tablet MR System, by Atsuko Kaga, Masahiro Kawaguchi and Tomohiro Fukuda; BECOMING EDUCATED: Didactical Integration of Analog and Digital Tools into Architectural Education, by Milena Stavrié, Heimo Schimek and Albert Wiltsche; Aesthetic Data Visualization as a Resource for Educating Creative Design, by Andrew Vande Moere; Is a Digital Model Worth a Thousand Pictures?, by Ivanka Iordanova, Temy Tidafi and Giovanni De Paoli; Learning by Doing in the Age of Design Computation, by Mine Ozkar; BECOMING DESIGNED: Topology of Urban Environments, by Emily Whiting, Jonathan Battat and Seth Teller; Discovering Computational Structures in Architecture, by Ganapathy Mahalingam; Plastic Surgery in the Evolutionary Design of Spatial Form, by Michael A Rosenman and Nicholas Preema; A System for Providing Customized Housing, by Deborah Benrós, José P Duarte and Fernando Branco; ALGOGRAM: Automated Diagrams for an Architectural Design Studio, by Christiane M Herr and Justyna Karakiewicz; BECOMING KINIESTHETIC: Use of a Mobile Architectural Guide, by Alexander Koutamanis; Unreal Studio, by Sean Pickersgill; Spacensing, by Stefan Zedlacher; Puppeteering Architecture, by Urs Hirschberg, Martin Frühwirth and Stefan Zedlacher; BECOMING LOGICAL: Parametric Designing in Architecture, by Marc Aurel Schnabel; Spatial Similarity Metrics, by Thomas Grasl and Athanassios Economo; A Parametric Representation of Ruled Surfaces, by Elena Prousalidou and Sean Hanna; Managing Contingency in Parametric Models through Implicit Relational Modeling, by Davis Marques and Robert Woodbury; BEING SUPPORTIVE: Early Architectural Design and BLM, byHannu Penttilã ; Developing a Framework for Linking Design Intelligence from Multiple Professions in the AEC Industry, by Dominik Hoizer, Yamin Tengono and Steven Downing; Design Collaboration Using IFC , by John Mitchell, Justin Wong and Jim Plume; Stretching the Trousers Too Far?, by Anita Moum, Tore Haugen and Christian Koch; BEING VIRTUAL: Urban Generator, by Luca Caneparo, Mattia Collo, Alfonso Montuori and Stefano Pensa; Avatar Expression Agent in Virtual Architecture, by Jumphon Lertlakkhanakul, Sun-Hwie Hwang and Jin-Won Choi; Does Color Have Weaker Impact on Human Cognition Than Material?, by Chiu-Shui Chan; Designing Virtual Worlds for 3D Electronic Institutions, by Greg Smith, Ning Gu and Mary Lou Maher; BECOMING TOOLS: Local Navigation Can Reveal Implicit Relations, by Yingjie Chen, Zhenyu Qian and Robert Woodbury; Computer-Aided Design Tools That Adapt, by Wei Peng and John S Gero; Integrating Advanced Shader Technology for Realistic Architectural Virtual Reality Visualisation, by Tan Beng Kiang and Daniel Hii Jun Chung; BECOMING FUTURISTIC: From Passive to Proactive Design Elements, by Mary Lou Maher, Kathryn Merrick and Rob Saunders; A Framework for the Design of Kinetic Façades, by Jules Moloney; Design Science Labs, by Urs Hirschberg and Michael Stadler; Morphosis, by Nancy Diniz, Cesar Branco, Miguel Sales Dias and Alasdair Turner; BECOMING DETERMINABLE: Measuring Human Behaviour Using Head-Cave, by Chengyu Sun, Bauke DeVries and Jan Dijkstra; Automatic Product Color Design Using Genetic Searching, by Hung-Cheng Tsai, Chia-Young Hung and Fei-Kung Hung; Interpreting Architectural Space through Camera Movement, by Wei Yan and Weiling He; A Novel Room Re-Layout Design Tool for Preparedness of Earthquake Disaster Using Real-Time Physics Simulation and Force-Feedback Interface, by Jaeho Ryu and Ryuzo Ohno; BEING CREATIVE: Idea Hitchhiking in the Idea Association Process, by Ih-Cheng Lai; How to Improve Creativity, by Zi-Ru Chen; Enablement

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