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Morphological Categorization and its Role in Design Method
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  • Journal title : Architectural research
  • Volume 13, Issue 4,  2011, pp.11-18
  • Publisher : Architectural Institute of Korea
  • DOI : 10.5659/AIKAR.2011.13.4.11
 Title & Authors
Morphological Categorization and its Role in Design Method
Kwun, Joon-Bum; Whang, Hee-Joon;
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 Abstract
The first attempt in architectural design theory to consider the perceptual and metaphysical dimension separately with a fully modern scientific manner, which exist in contrast to the Renaissance idea, was Claude Perrault, who emphasized the cognitive factors as an important scientific human issue in building design in 1683 in his book "Ordonnance". Even today many elaborated works to reveal the mysterious design processes based on a set of rational approaches have been introduced since the Design Method movement in 1960`s. Their pioneering and challenging efforts to rationalize design process have been mostly rely on the cultural issues whether it takes a qualitative or quantitative stance. On the other hand, however, today`s computer generated free form architecture seems not to be aware of those lessons learned from the past and, therefore, this study conducted an extensive research through exploring on morphological building forms with cultural issues to fill up the missing and/or lacking characteristics of today trend in building design.
 Keywords
Morphology;Labeling;Categorization;Design Method;
 Language
English
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