|Derivation of Algorithm Design Methodologies and Application to an Actual Design Process Through Analysis of Coral Reef Architecture
|이동호(Lee, Dong Ho) ; 고성학(Ko, Sung Hak)
| Digital Architecture; Algorithm; Design Methodology; Parametric; Feedback Loop
|The purpose of this study is to uncover the possibilities and limitations during the process of taking algorithm design methodologies for
architectural design through literature and applying them to an actual architectural design project. This research was conducted by deriving
specific architectural concepts using a neural network structure of consciousness collected by automatic technology known as automatism.
Additionally, it involved establishing and analyzing design motifs for the design development of derived concepts, determining parameters
through the analysis of the growth process of coral reef, constructing morphological algorithms by the developed rules and parameters, and
then applying these to an actual architectural design project. The results revealed an algorithm design methodology for architectural design
that opens the possibility of technological innovation in all procedures of architecture through the derivation of principles and algorithmic
flowcharts. Lastly, another logical approach was prepared to obtain the concept and form of architecture through two methodologies that
appear to be based on these principles and algorithms.