Simulation in Architectural Research

Creative Space

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Title Simulation in Architectural Research
Creator Partha Sarathi Mishra
Ravindra Patnayaka
Subject Simulation
Architectural Research
Architectural Photographs
Architectural Models
Description In the new world of architectural research, technology has a main role to play. It is technology that has made possible the creation of a virtual world that triggers inferences and helps in drawing conclusions from facts and findings. This paper focuses on one of the research processes, i.e., ‘Architectural Simulation Research,’ which is often more analytical, pragmatic and adaptable in the forthcoming generation of architectural research. Architectural Simulation can be classified into drawings, photographs and different scale-models. This research can be executed in many ways on lines similar to the conventional ‘Logical Argumentation,’ ‘Experimental Research’ and, ‘Qualitative Research’. The paper also focuses on the tactical part of different categories of simulation research which deal with the characteristics of simulation types.
Publisher Chitkara University Publications
Date 2015-07-15
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
Peer-reviewed Article
Format application/pdf
Source Creative Space; Vol 3 No 1 (2015): Architecture Education; 13-22
Language eng
Rights Copyright (c) 2015 Partha Sarathi Mishra & Ravindra Patnayaka

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