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Biomorphic Transportation Frameworks for Cities of the Future

Exploring new design framework for transportations

Wallace, Mint Penpisuth; Schnabel, Marc Aurel;

Artigo Completo:

Development in the study of city expansion, through biomorphic generation, could potentially assist in the design of a transportation system that will accommodate expansion whilst contributing to an ecologically balanced growth. This paper focuses on a section of a design framework which looks at how generative systems can be implemented in an architectural design of a transportation network that will respond to the site’s projected future growth. This paper suggests that by integrating biomorphic generative systems into the design process we can generate designs that respond to the surrounding context and urban growth.

Artigo Completo:

Development in the study of city expansion, through biomorphic generation, could potentially assist in the design of a transportation system that will accommodate expansion whilst contributing to an ecologically balanced growth. This paper focuses on a section of a design framework which looks at how generative systems can be implemented in an architectural design of a transportation network that will respond to the site’s projected future growth. This paper suggests that by integrating biomorphic generative systems into the design process we can generate designs that respond to the surrounding context and urban growth.

Palavras-chave: Biomorphic Algorithm, Generative Design, Processing, Urban Growth,

Palavras-chave: Biomorphic Algorithm, Generative Design, Processing, Urban Growth,

DOI: 10.5151/despro-sigradi2015-110008

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Como citar:

Wallace, Mint Penpisuth; Schnabel, Marc Aurel; "Biomorphic Transportation Frameworks for Cities of the Future", p. 626-630 . In: . São Paulo: Blucher, 2015.
ISSN 2318-6968, ISBN: 978-85-8039-136-7
DOI 10.5151/despro-sigradi2015-110008

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