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    Title: 幾何單元組合的參數化設計與製造
    Other Titles: Compositions of geometry unit with parametric design and digitial fabrication
    Authors: 賴允誼;Lai, Yun-Yi
    Contributors: 淡江大學建築學系碩士班
    陳珍誠;Chen, Chen-Cheng;陸金雄;Luh, Jin-Shyong
    Keywords: 單元;模組;由下而上;數位製造;快速架構;Units;Modules;Bottom-Up;Digital Fabrication;Rapid Prototyping.
    Date: 2014
    Issue Date: 2015-05-04 09:57:06 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 建築造型的設計多半是由幾何當作分割造型的基礎,這裡借用幾何單元作為構築的原型,以由下而上的方式做出不同單元的排列組合,接著以不同獨立單元為主要的組合對象,並選擇一種構築方式來進行各種操作。除了製作模型來測試單元組合之於真實環境的可行性,也以數位工具模擬在不同造型下的排列方式,並且將單元的組合分類出幾種類型。



    Most architectural design is based on geometrically segmented shapes. Geometric shapes are used to construct element prototypes, where different combinations and arrangements of elements are generated from a bottom-up approach. Different individual elements are then chosen as subjects, and are put together in different ways. In addition to making models to test the feasibility of combinations in reality, digital tools are used to simulate different arrangements. Moreover, the element combinations are categorized into several types.

    This study attempts to use element prototypes, such as a triangle, quadrilateral, hexagon, and polygon and different combinations of elements are arranged on a plane to simulate the patterns. Element types are categorized according to linearity, planarity, and objects and the relationship between elements is categorized on a case-by-case basis.

    Digital simulation and model construction are carried out for reciprocal structure. Elements are divided into three types to understand their combinations and to identify the configurative relationship between them. In addition to discussing the defects and merits, details that require attention are identified such as the importance of the node-to-element ratio. Two combinations are created for each linearity, planarity, and object, respectively, based on reciprocal structure. Parametric design is conducted in computer modeling, and the size, ratio, and quantity can be adjusted.

    Combinations of small elements are viewed as different grid designs. If the type and scale of the grid can be controlled, the required model can be constructed. Models of different combinations can be built using different element types, thus the duration of design is significantly shortened, and more combinations can be generated. Temporary buildings appropriate for the area can be designed and constructed combining different fabrication techniques with the construction method that suits the local environment. With the ability to customize the model to users’ preferences, buildings suitable to the local environment can be achieved through parametric design and the digital fabrication process.
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