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Browsing Wellington Faculty of Architecture and Design Innovation · Te Wāhanga Waihanga-Hoahoa by Subject "Parametric"

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  • Paulin, Robert (Victoria University of Wellington, 2017)
    This thesis utilises digital tools to explore notions of flexibility and resilience in the New Zealand suburban house typology. Through aligning with culturally specific paradigms found in traditional Māori Papakāinga ...
  • Manapaya Weeratunge, Lakjith (Victoria University of Wellington, 2021)
    Physical moving parts are prone to wear and tear. A pixel display can manifest complex motion and realistic images in full colour offering a form of tangibly while being less likely to suffer from wear and tear however, ...
  • Wotton, Louise (Victoria University of Wellington, 2019)
    Computational simulations are generally built upon a form or design that is near or mostly complete. Agent-based simulations are ones where the rules and behaviours are designed, creating an unpredictable output. In this ...
  • Bruce, Caitlin (Victoria University of Wellington, 2020)
    New Zealand is ranked among the top nations in waste production, including a million tonnes of plastic waste. Currently, there are methods for recycling plastic within New Zealand but these methods can be expensive and ...
  • Haslop, Blaire (Victoria University of Wellington, 2016)
    We now live in a world where architecture is produced through arrays of pixels and this remains as the representation rather than the reality of buildings inevitably ageing their physical forms. So if architecture is kept ...
  • Durcan, James (Victoria University of Wellington, 2016)
    Within present architectural discourse, there is universal concern that contemporary architectural processes efface the culture of indigenous communities, resulting in the homogenisation of architecture globally. The ...
  • McFetridge, Matthew (Victoria University of Wellington, 2014)
    Parametric design today is largely embedded within a traditional trajectory. Current use largely sees the role of computers in the design studio operate at a low level, fulfilling no more sophisticated tasks than which was ...
  • Clayton, Allan (Victoria University of Wellington, 2014)
    This thesis examines how parametric modelling can be used in the design process to aid in the development of a kinetic architectural skin. A parametric scripting process has been used to control morphological change in ...
  • Baynes, Stuart (Victoria University of Wellington, 2016)
    The practice of fitting and making prosthetic limbs using current techniques leaves little room for innovative research and design. Though market leaders are consistently producing more advanced components, prosthetic ...
  • Stricot-Tarboton, Glen (Victoria University of Wellington, 2019)
    Prefabrication is a technique currently used in construction all over the world. The efficiencies of prefabrication allow for a more affordable and sustainable method of construction. This form of mass production is achieved ...
  • Welch, Christopher David (Victoria University of Wellington, 2014)
    Parametric design tools and visual programming languages are fast becoming an important part of the architects design process. A review of current literature notes that the barrier to entry into the medium is lowering while ...

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