비정형 초고층건물의 곡면분할을 위한 파라메트릭 디자인 프로세스 제안

Title
비정형 초고층건물의 곡면분할을 위한 파라메트릭 디자인 프로세스 제안
Other Titles
A Proposal of the Parametric Design Process for the Curved Surface Division of Irregular-Shaped Tall Buildings
Author(s)
박상민박중하윤종경
Keywords
비정형 초고층건물; 곡면분할; 파라메트릭 디자인; 디자인 프로세스; Irregular-Shaped Tall Building; Curved Surface Division; Parametric Design; Design Process
Issue Date
201503
Publisher
대한건축학회
Citation
대한건축학회논문집 계획계, v.31, no.3, pp.49 - 56
Abstract
Irregular-shaped tall buildings are being built in many cities globally. These buildings’ heights and shapes exhibit the economic competitiveness and symbolism of company, city and nation. These changes in the history of tall buildings began from the technological development, and are still making advancement with technology. The introduction of new digital tools enables to easily design various irregular-shaped buildings. However, emphasis on distinctive shapes, ignoring the complicated correlation between design and construction, only yielded plans that cannot be translated into reality. The future progress path is expected to be competitive in irregular and eco-friendly fields, not in height. Therefore, it is necessary to accompany rational and methodical approaches toward irregular-shaped tall buildings, along with ingenious solutions to design and construction. When the designs which neglected construction and economics are im49plemented, it is inevitable to confront difficulties and will result in failure. On this light, this research will precisely comprehend the geometric features of the early design models and establish curved surface division in order to propose a design process that can effectively deal with the problems that might arise between the design and construction companies from the early stages.
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/YU.REPOSITORY/32952http://dx.doi.org/10.5659/JAIK_PD.2015.31.3.49
ISSN
1226-9093
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