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ARCHITECTURE AND MODERN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES

INTERNATIONAL ELECTRONIC SCIENTIFIC - EDUCATIONAL JOURNAL ON SCIENTIFIC-TECHNOLOGICAL AND EDUCATIONAL-METHODICAL ASPECTS OF MODERN ARCHITECTURAL EDUCATION AND DESIGNING WITH THE USAGE OF VIDEO AND COMPUTER TECHNOLOGIES

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POST-DIGITAL SUSTAINABLE DESIGN
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Dominik Holzer (. )
Spatial Information Architecture Lab (Sial), RMIT University, Melbourne Australia

Abstract

In the wake of global warming and increased sensitivity towards the impact of human civilization on our planet, architects face new challenges and responsibilities in how they deal with the resources required to construct and operate buildings. Digital tools and computational processes have revolutionized the way we plan, design and construct buildings over the past three to four decades. We are now at a cusp in architectural practice and education where digital do more than just help us draw and document our buildings. We now can actually simulate and analyze building performance in virtual design-spaces to complement sensory information-feedback from the physical design-space. A studio-based design project is used to illustrate how students have approached this issue to address aspects of building performance in a post-digital way. Moving between digital and physical models without difficulty, the students were able to study the effects geometrical changes on sustainability-performance in real time.

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Keywords: digital tools, computational process, virtual design-space, post-digital

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