Computational workflow for resilient architectures

Angelo Figliola, Monica Rossi

Abstract


The paper shows the results of an applied research aimed at developing an operative methodology and its corresponding computational workflow for the design of resilient architectures able to responsively react to the variation of the environmental conditions. The proposed methodology consists in a form-searching process built-up by a series of consequential and interrelated phases aimed at reducing the energy needs of the building and improving indoor and outdoor comfort conditions. The analysis of the processes, above defining the limits and potentials of the chosen design approach, opens the debate on parametric tools that allow to systematically explore the space o design possibilities.


Keywords


resilient architectures; performance – based design; digital form - finding; computational workflow; energy efficiency

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.13128/Techne-22152



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