Persistent Modelling: Extending the Role of Architectural Representation by Phil AyresPersistent Modelling: Extending the Role of Architectural Representation by Phil Ayres

Persistent Modelling: Extending the Role of Architectural Representation

EditorPhil Ayres

Paperback | January 9, 2012

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With contributions from some of the world¿s most advanced thinkers on this subject, this book is essential reading for anyone looking at new ways of thinking about the digital within architecture. It speculates upon implications of Persistent Modelling for architectural practice, reconsidering the relationship between architectural representation and architectural artefact particularly in the fields of responsive and adaptive architectures.

Phil Ayresis Assistant Professor at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts School of Architecture (RASA), Copenhagen, Denmark.
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Title:Persistent Modelling: Extending the Role of Architectural RepresentationFormat:PaperbackDimensions:224 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.68 inPublished:January 9, 2012Publisher:Taylor and FrancisLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0415594073

ISBN - 13:9780415594073

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Table of Contents

Introduction: Persistent Modelling ¿ Reconsidering RelationsPhil Ayres Part 1: Modelling Material 1. The Historical Context of Contemporary Architectural RepresentationAlberto P¿z-G¿mez 2. The Persistence of Faith in the Intangible ModelMark Burry 3. Intention and the UserRanulph Glanville 4. A Communications Primer RevisedOmar Khan  5. A Suggested Model of A-Functional ArchitectureStephen Gage 6. Modelling Modelling ¿ Trajectories in Developing Instrumental Design Processes Michael U. Hensel 7. Design Issues of Time-based Phenomena and the Notion of a Persistent Model: A Parametric Exploration of Acoustic PerformanceBrady Peters 8. Defining Adequate Models for Adaptive ArchitectureSean Hanna 
9. The Death of Determinism Jordan Brandt Part 2: Material Modelling  10. The FallRachel Cruise 11. Persisting with Material: Engaging Material Behaviour Within the Digital Environment Paul Nicholas 12. The Active Model: A Calibration of Material IntentMette Ramsgard Thomsen & Martin Tamke 13. Beneficial Change: The Case for Robotics in ArchitectureTristan d¿Estr¿Sterk 14. The Building and its Double: Entropic Modeling in the Hylozoic Soil seriesPhilip Beesley, with Rob Gorbet, Will Elsworthy, Jonah Humphrey and Christian Joakim 15. Persistent Approaches to Designing Functionally Graded MaterialsSarat Babu