Architecture: Integration of Art and Engineering
Kapliński, Oleg (editor)
Bonenberg, Agata (editor)
Bonenberg, Wojciech (editor)
Lucchini, Marco (editor)
The current Special Issue is a synthetic overview of 21 published articles. The contact point of architecture–art–engineering is multidimensional, and therefore, this synthesis of works takes into account three criteria: (a) research subject indication, (b) research problem identification, and (c) sublimation of the research techniques and instrumentality used. Research problems, scientific values, and utility values have been highlighted. This synthetic tripartite is intended to make it easier for the reader to find an interesting subject and instrumentality. As the topics of the articles overlap, guided by the dominant values of each article, five subject groups have been sublimated. These are: structural aspects and design, digitization, architectural heritage, aesthetics and emotions vs. engineering, and interior architecture. The characteristic values of each subject group are presented. The indicated new design and research tools do not separate but combine the subject industries; they connect the entities of the investment process.
Keywordscable-driven parallel robot; construction robot; cost–benefit analysis; curtain wall modules; economic evaluation; facade installation; contemporary architecture in historical context; archetype; bourgeois tenement house; cultural heritage; symbolic building; corten plates; tilted walls; winter garden; room acoustics; reverberation time; flutter echo; art; construction engineering; cubature architecture; design method; design paradigms; brutalist architecture; odeons; buildings; membranes; canopies; sustainable environment; open culture; spaces; evolution; adaptation; acoustics; architecture; interior design; advanced building techniques; interior components; aesthetic functionalism; sensorial experiences; decline of architects; future of designing; computers control; algorithms; artificial intelligence; digital simulation; buildings’ outdoor thermal comfort; urban neighborhoods; UTCI; conoid; ellipse; calculus of surface areas; number psi; number Pi; parametric design; modern architecture in East Asia; architectural design; László Hudec; Antonin Raymond; innovative architectural projects; space syntax; Asian traditions; computational design; corridors; energy performance; environmental behavior; grasshopper; Islamic pattern; University of Sharjah; visual comfort; composition; aesthetics; multi-family housing; Poland; preferences; color scheme; elderly with depression; color preference; residential space; interior experience; multi-sensory experience; movement; sensory body; emotion; materiality; creative thinking; design studio; design education; design research; bibliometric; temporary installation; architecture and structure; structural design; graphic statics; lightweight structure; global warming; carbon neutrality; energy use; sustainable development; Solar Decathlon China; historic buildings; public art; sustainability value; case studies and projects; apparent destruction; entropy; technical durability; aesthetical longevity; glass; glass structures; structural glass; glass pavilions; glass extensions; glass links; informal learning space (ILS); visual perception analysis; wearable eye tracker; optimal design and verification; building engineering; research methods; synthesis
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Publication date and placeBasel, 2022