Hybrid Architecture Research

From Rhizome Artbase
2001
Description

ConnectedSpaces is an experimental architectural project about the use of evolutionary computing methodologies and the internet, which are used to create emergent hybrid environments between places and non-places--real and virtual, public and private. It represents a design process within the context of combining computational settings and human interaction.
ConnectedSpaces uses algorithmic programming to generate form and develops generalised web-based methods for representing architectural knowledge on-line. The interface deals with parasitic morphological extensions of Nurb-Surfaces which become intelligent, conscious, and aware of their environment when using evolutionary and feedback procedures. They are generated to create an emergent temporary identity of a non-space. The user can influence the generation of the surfaces and their specific evolution process.

Saskia Vandersee
5 September 2002
Legacy descriptive tags
Participatory, Generative, Conceptual, space, Internet, interact, design, artificial life, 3D, Shockwave, QuickTime, HTML, Virtual, video, Animation
Attribution: Rhizome staff
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Variant History
outside link
8 May 2013
2001
open submission
5 September 2002
Saskia Vandersee