Architectural geometry is an area of research which combines applied geometry and architecture, which looks at the design, analysis and manufacture processes. It lies at the core of architectural design and strongly challenges contemporary practice, the so-called architectural practice of the digital age.
- Freeform curves and surfaces creation
- Developable surfaces
- Generative design
- Digital prototyping and manufacturing
- Geometric design
- Computer-aided architectural design
- Mathematics and architecture
- Artificial Architecture
- Fractal geometry
- H. Pottmann, A. Asperl, M. Hofer and A. Kilian (2007). Architectural Geometry. Bentley Institute Press. ISBN 978-1-934493-04-5.
- H. Pottmann, M. Hofer and A. Kilian (Ed.) (2008). Advances in Architectural Geometry 2008, Conference Proceedings. Vienna University of Technology. ISBN 978-3-902233-03-5.
- Branko Kolarevic (2003). Architecture in the Digital Age. Taylor & Francis. ISBN 978-0-415-27820-1.
- Geometric Modeling and Industrial Geometry
- Städelschule Architecture Class
- SIAL - The Spatial Information Architecture Laboratory
- Smart Geometry
- Architecture in a Parametric Age
- Advances in Architectural Geometry,( Conference Proceedings, 80MB)
- K3DSurf — A program to visualize and manipulate Mathematical models in three, four, five and six dimensions. K3DSurf supports Parametric equations and Isosurfaces
- JavaView — a 3D geometry viewer and a mathematical visualization software.
- Generative Components — Generative design software that captures and exploits the critical relationships between design intent and geometry.
- ParaCloud GEM— A software for components population based on points of interest, with no requirement for scripting.
- Grasshopper— a graphical algorithm editor tightly integrated with Rhino’s 3-D modeling tools.
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