“Computational design methods is a course taught by Dave Lee at Clemson University exploring computing in architecture, particularly through parametric and generative algorithms.We develop models for processing information with an inherent intelligence. Our designs are hyperindexical, self-referential machines for architecture. The quality of visualization is thereby measured by the structure of these machines, not in the pixels of their rendering.”
Implementing CDM allows us to intelligently process information through perfection of a digital system.
Location: Clemson, SC, US
My Role: Designer
Additional Credits: Professor: Dave Lee
Team: Alex Tomlinson, Veronica Acosta, Nate Boykin, Xiokang He, Johnathan Jones, Patrick Lee, Kevin Miller, Jeffrey Pauling
Designed and Constructed: January 2011 - April 2011