劉 育 東
Y. T. Liu
DynaForm is a response between environments and events of the site, human activities and spatial sensibility. Instead of being a simpling or extension of cuts from dynamic traces. DynaForm is a mobile form based on human activities, expressing a context implicit in the site through the linking of events. It transforms these relations into force, field, and traces, as the references for design. The forms of space were once commonly defined by functions of human activities, and, on the other hand, revised by the intervention of activities. The DynaForm blurs the step-by-step relations between forms and functions with the evolution of time, and breaks the one-to-one or hierachical constrains, which were replaced by the script in the computer device. The script introduces non-liner functions in which the parameters in the equations are related to the intensity of activities between events in architecture. The state of the form is controlled by the adjustment of parameters of the system. The low value correspond to stable behaviors, and the behaviors become more complicated when the value becomes higher. To the ultimate, it produces the chaos. Besides creating references in non-liner system through description of topological relations of space and introduction of linking intensity of events by the digital machanism, the DynaForm defines references from the traces of human flows in the site and space. The traces are not the liner relation of two points, but stated as a spatial vector that implies force and direction. The vector leads the flows, intersection and deflection of different forms. The bodies and the forms collide with and adopt to each other. It can not be predicted what forms would be generated in the design process, but the shapes evolve with the design progress and interprets it simultaneously. The DynaForm attempts to make more intensive connection in the architecture events and environment, skin and volumes, forms and spatial sensibility.
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