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Digital Achieve of Zaha Hadid's Architecture Design

Author HuangFuYaFei
Tutor LiWei;GaoFeng
School Tianjin University
Course Architectural Design and Theory
Keywords Zaha Hadid Digital design Diversity building CollaborativeDesign
CLC TU201
Type Master's thesis
Year 2012
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Zaha Hadid, founder of Zaha Hadid Architects, won Priztker Architecture Prizein2004. She won the international attention through the unique architectural languageand expression style. With dynamic form of composition skills and digital technologybecoming adept, Zaha makes her construction work more to be an art work. Theapplication of digital technology design also defined as "parameterized doctrine" bycritics. However, the digital architectural practice is not only a kind of style, but alsothe innovation of architecture design method and the way of building in the digitalinformation integration. The application of digital technology opens up a new thoughtand method for Zaha Hadid Architects, and thus caused a series of major changeincluding digital design, digital processing, digital building in the architectural designprocess. With a large number of works completed continuously by Zaha Hadid inrecent years, Digital design tools of Zaha Hadid transforms from media representationto ontology generation.The dissertation will analysis typical examples of digital design coming fromZaha Hadid Architects by design methods and building styles and how to realize"seamless" butt joint between design and constructing in digital collaborative platform,to further discuss the building design method and construction mode in support ofdigital technology and then forms general understanding to the current digitalconstruction realization process. Finally, the author makes a bottom-up digital designpractice, and tries the "from file to file" digital generation mode.

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