Title The Relationship between UNStudio’s Diagram Principles and Design
Authors 고성학(Ko, Sung Hak)
DOI https://doi.org/10.5659/JAIK.2023.39.1.23
Page pp.23-32
ISSN 2733-6247
Keywords UNStudio; Office Project; Facade; Diagram; Communication; Digital Technology; Innovation
Abstract The purpose of this study is to derive and analyze a design focus strategy, and trends through the diagram principles of the UN Studio applied to office projects that then develop into design. Among the diagrams appearing in UN studio office projects, the focus was mainly on diagrams related to facade design. Through literature, the principles in the diagram were summarized, the types of diagrams used in office projects and information expressed were classified and the design model was derived. Then the design focus and strategy, and the design innovation brought by changes in the practical process were derived. The design model of the UNStudio office projects directly induced the deformation of the facade panel unit and determined the facade distribution by solar radiation analysis data information. In other words, the design model was a key element of the facade design strategy that improved the aesthetics of the facade and the environmental quality of the interior space. Advanced digital technology further strengthened the principles for these diagrams and maximized the potental and identity of design through a design process called input-analysis-generation-test of data. This potential does not simply mean design results. Diagrams generated in the design process that evolved into innovative designs represent the ultimate potential to build and reform transparent processes through communication between design participants.