This research by Xuyou Yang, Ding Wen Bao, Xin Yan, and Yucheng Zhao suggests an approach to accelerate the topology optimisation process of structures in architectural form-finding by replacing iterative calculation procedures with an end-to-end algorithm via conditional generative adversarial networks.
This paper by Sida Dai, Michael Kleiss, Mostafa Alani, and Nyoman Pebryani presents a reinforcement learning (RL) based design method for kinetic facades to optimize the movement direction of shading panels.
This paper by Farzaneh Oghazian, Nathan Brown, and Felecia Davis presents an optimization-based calibration process for tuning a digital formfinding algorithm used with knitted textile materials in architectural tension structures.
M. Gardiner, R. Aigner, H. Ogawa, and R. Hanlon present a design method that prioritises in-context design for origami surfaces with periodic tessellations in a parametric CAD workflow using Grasshopper 3D.
This research paper by Vishu Bhooshan, Mathias Fuchs, and Shajay Bhooshan explores the use of 3D-printing technologies in prototyping of Topology Optimization (TO) driven design.
The aim of this paper by Samuel Wilkinson and Sean Hanna is to demonstrate a new approach to approximating wind pressure on tall buildings for the application of generative design exploration and optimisation.
This research by Omid Oliyan Torghabehi identifies the key design parameters and design constraints of reciprocal systems. The results demonstrate the complex coupling of geometry, structural performance and fabrication in these systems, hence an essential need for application of an integrative design process.
This research Omid Oliyan Toghabehi, Peter von Buelow, Steven Mankouche, and Kasey Vliet studied the natural occurrence of branch bifurcations in different wood species to develop practical concepts for design and fabrication of timber joinery in a single bifurcated wood form which would replace traditional mortise and tenon or steel connections.
This research paper by Omid Oliyan Torghabehi presents a novel computational workflow for design, analysis and fabrication of multi-performance reciprocal systems with planar elements.
This thesis by Roland Hudson, is aimed at establishing a detailed understanding of the tasks related to this new specialism and to develop a set of considerations that should be made when undertaking these tasks.
The present research by Luis Quispe and Wilfredo Ulloa applies the Parametric Design (PD) and Generative Design (GD) for the generation of complex structures, through the BIM methodology, being implemented in design phase of a new modern proposal for Pavilion J1 of the National University of Engineering from Perú.
Vasiliki Kondyli, Mehul Bhatt, and Timo Hartmann present a precedent-based parametric design method that integrates people-centred design “precedents” rooted in empirical evidence directly within state of the art parametric design systems.
This paper by Arturo Lyon and Rodrigo Garcia presents three projects involving the design and fabrication of architectural structures through the use of different parametric software and digital manufacturing methods.
This research by Fay Al Khalifa, looks into the impact of using spatial installation projects on the ability of fourth-year architecture students to understand and recall complex philosophical ideas related to architecture and urbanism.
The work presented in this paper by B. D’Amico, A. Kermani, H. Zhang, has aimed to facilitate the design of actively bent grid shells, with particular attention on the use of timber.
This paper by John Harding, Will Pearson, Harri Lewis, and Stephen Melville, describes the work of Ramboll Computational Design during the design and construction of the Ongreening Pavilion timber gridshell.
This research by Philippe Charest, André Potvin, Claude Demers, and Sylvain Ménard develops an analytical exercise that identifies achievable levels of timber gridshell complexity aiming to generate recommendations to design more accessible constructive systems.
This paper by Thomas Wortmann and Bige Tuncer examines Parametric Design (PD) from the perspective of contemporary architectural practice.
The thesis by Paul Poinet, examines the interdisciplinary concept of Multi‑Scalar Modelling through the scope of the AEC domain’s requirements to improve the existing design workϐlows in industry.
This research by Adie Awad Fareez Alnobani, explores possible mediating languages that are capable of embodying traces of generative behavior resulting in geometries that are adaptable to context and design decisions.
This research by Yi-chin Lee, Daniel Cardoso Llach,Joshua Bard, and Eunsu Kang, presents Hybrid Embroidery, a system for interactive fabrication that leverages the potential of computation to broaden the possibilities of the embroidery craft.
In this thesis, we propose a strategy for generating patterns for brick laying on compression free-form shells. The strategy is based on geodesic coordinates which guarantees an equal length between its coordinates curves, which for brickwork means an equal spacing between the bed joints.
This paper aims for strained gridshells built entirely from straight or circular lamellas of the same radius and with orthogonal nodes.
This thesis aims to resurrect geometry in architecture and engineering in connection with the rapid development of new digital tools for design and production—particularly the connection between the structural action related to the design of the geometrical patterns on shells structures are treated.