Pattern - Gleiniger, Andrea / Vrachliotis, Georg (ed.). With contributions by Gleiniger, Andrea / Vrachliotis, Georg / Belting, Hans et al.
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As models and paradigms, patterns have been helping to orient architects since the Middle Ages. But patterns are also the basis of the history of ornament, an aesthetic phenomenon that links all times and cultures at a fundamental level. Ornament – and hence pattern as well – was abolished by the avant-garde in the first half of the twentieth century, but the notion of pattern has taken on new meaning and importance since the 1960s.
Complexity research has ultimately shown that even highly complex, dynamic patterns may be based on simple behavioral rules, and that has allowed the notions of
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Produktbeschreibung
As models and paradigms, patterns have been helping to orient architects since the Middle Ages. But patterns are also the basis of the history of ornament, an aesthetic phenomenon that links all times and cultures at a fundamental level. Ornament – and hence pattern as well – was abolished by the avant-garde in the first half of the twentieth century, but the notion of pattern has taken on new meaning and importance since the 1960s.

Complexity research has ultimately shown that even highly complex, dynamic patterns may be based on simple behavioral rules, and that has allowed the notions of pattern and pattern formation to take on new meanings, that are also central for architecture.

Today the use of generative computerized methods is opening up new ways of talking about an idea that is becoming increasingly abstract and dynamic. Pattern explores the question: what are the notions of pattern that must be discussed in the context of contemporary architecture?
Complex patterns are founded on simple rules. Pattern and pattern formationare of new, important significanceas the fundamental principles of systematization and description of very complex processes and phenomena. Which idea of pattern has to be used in the architectural discourse today?
  • Produktdetails
  • Context Architecture
  • Verlag: Birkhäuser / Birkhäuser Berlin
  • Originaltitel: Muster: Ornament, Struktur und Verhalten
  • Artikelnr. des Verlages: 12233380
  • Seitenzahl: 108
  • Erscheinungstermin: 7. August 2009
  • Englisch
  • Abmessung: 190mm x 140mm x 6mm
  • Gewicht: 166g
  • ISBN-13: 9783764389543
  • ISBN-10: 3764389540
  • Artikelnr.: 25540781
Autorenporträt
Georg Vrachliotis: Seit 2004 Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter für Architekturtheorie an der Professur Hovestadt für Computer-Aided Architectural Design (CAAD) des Departements Architektur der ETH Zürich. Seit 2006 Lehrauftrag für Architekturtheorie am Institut für Architekturtheorie der Technischen Universität Wien.
Inhaltsangabe
Andrea Gleiniger & Georg Vrachliotis Editorial Andrea Gleiniger Neue Pattern? Alte Muster? - Vom Pathos des Ornaments Georg Vrachliotis «So fing ich an von Mustern zu träumen...» Über das Denken in Strukturen, das Entwerfen mit Mustern und den Wunsch nach Schönheit und Bedeutung in der Architektur Fabian Scheurer Architekturalgorithmen und die Renaissance der Entwurfsmuster Christoph Hölscher Orientierungs- und Verhaltensmuster im gebauten Raum Markus Christen Muster im Hirn. Neurowissenschaftliche Anmerkungen zum Musterbegriff Isabel Mundry Regelmäßig unregelmäßig. Zur Flüchtigkeit von Mustern in der zeitgenössischen Musik Appendix: Ausgewählte Literatur Abbildungsnachweis Biografien der Autorinnen und Autoren