Parametric Architecture – Total Fluidity
A Thesis research submitted to Manipal University, India
For this research, Mrigank Nath decided to consider Fluidity as a parameter in the building construction in India. The main idea is to understand how a building, in simple terms behave like fluids. What are the elements that can be modified or manipulated to achieve a free flowing behaviour and how this behaviour can affect the building typology and built environment.
Parametric architecture helps a designer to manipulate spaces or forms in ways which are difficult to imagine visually. And as it is the age of contemporary and digitalised architecture, the change from linear models to experimental and innovative forms and expressions is inevitable. By using a parametric approach, author believes that he can have a thorough understanding of the parameter and in the future can implement this concept.