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|Other Titles: ||Research of modular congregate housing based on parametric design|
|Authors: ||彭思齊;Peng, Szu-Chi|
|Keywords: ||模度;模矩;黃金比例;參數化設計;集合住宅設計;Le Modulor;module;Golden Ratio;Parametric Design;Housing Design|
|Issue Date: ||2014-01-23 14:22:41 (UTC+8)|
Nowadays, by taking advantages of rapid development of cutting-edge computers and technologies, the computer-aiding design softwares have been evaluated that its functions are not only limited at completing a digital drawing, but to help architecture designers enrich the stage of discovering the design concepts through bringing in digital techniques and tools - which is quite different from the conventional design strategies that people only use computer drawing when entering the final phase of architecture design. This thesis will represent Le Modulor of Le Corbusier through putting the digital techniques in good use, introducing the computer-aiding technologies into design process; thus, by doing so, a state-of-art modular housing system that is consistent with Ergonomics and Golden Ratio can be developed.
First, this thesis is set to complete the positioning of the squares, defining simple and random rules through the usage of parametric software Grasshopper as practices of modular squares. Next, the variations of cross-shaped figures that are formed inside the modular squares may become three different types of modular urban blocks, and the height of each one can be controlled by curved surface, floor area ratio or random means, as eventually a series of modular urban blocks can be completed after further development.
As a result, the framework of modular templates is generated, and the permutation and combination may be controlled by parameter to process a four-staged modular housing design. For instance, the first step is to design a modular shelf, and initiate the permutation through modular spaces as to develop a shelf system. Secondly, taking the low-storied housing system of Le Corbusier as an example, manipulating it with modular system to produce multifarious scheme. Thirdly, generating a medium-sized rented accommodation, and finally, processing different kind of combinations and stacking of standard space units (2.26m x 2.26m x 2.26m and 3.66m x 3.66m x 3.66m), which is applied by modular system, introducing the high-storied congregate housing.
Le Modulor, then, may not be in demand among the architecture designers in the time that the computer-aiding design was not yet fully developed, and therefore it was difficult for designers to apply the basis of Le Modulor, Ergonomics and Golden Ratio, to housing design - thought it was once used by Le Corbusier as a system of measurement during Industrial Revolution. Nevertheless, by taking advantages of digital techniques, this thesis is allowed to discover the enormous possibilities of Le Modulor that can be used for 2D spatial design. That is, architecture designers can easily use Le Modulor to illustrate housing design and come out with a precise result by having the basis of Le Modulor under control of parametric rules. Hence it is positive that designers nowadays may be able to bring Le Modulor into wide use.
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