Material’s Perception Strategy in Terms of Adaptive Re-use Within the Computational, and Parametricism Context

Sarah Mansour
Creativity has been assigned to the design or drawing, with materials most often
being specified as a result of design rather than being considered a driver of it.
Designers empowered by new technology now consider form as it is defined by
identifiable systems. This evidence based, parametric methodology is a response to
two decades of digitally-derived projects, often produced simply for their novelty.
The best work results when the architect has combined respect for the old with a
skilled progressive command of the new.
Material culture is portrayed as the physical confirmation and articulation of a
culture in its relics and design. In the time that we comprehend the thought of
material culture not just as having importance for investigations of the past. yet in
addition getting a projective limit. we may now be at a critical defining moment..
As computation starts to significantly change our origination of the material, so in
architecture this will defy the set up connection between the procedures of design
and the physical fabrication of the constructed medium . Obviously, computation
was brought into design & architecture the greater part a century back. furthermore,
expanding digitization has since plagued all parts of the field .
As though, it has remained emphatically impacted by the theoretical isolation of the
procedures of design and making that has overwhelmed structural plan thinking
since the Renaissance, and it is just now that creators are starting to deal with the
computational void as never again disconnecting from the physical domain.
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