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Zaha Hadid and Patrick Schumacher’s Philosophy

The Parametric Architecture

In 1988, Patrick Schumacher, a student and novice architect, discovered Zaha Hadid's design philosophy.

It was calling for abandoning the architectural design lines and existing angles used by architects in architectural design, and the adoption of a new theory.

This first translates the curved lines that draw the quick architectural sketches into Architectural drawings.
They are read on the basis that they are the design lines that will follow the project design instead of translating lines of sketches fast lines and straight lines first and then converted into architectural drawings.
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Fig.1
That's what the designs' sketches of Zaha Hadid look like: An artistic drawing (Fig.1)

The second thing is that the spaces that flow between the curved lines can be considered as architectural spaces that contain buildings components.

The voids liquid to not impose barriers or breakers wall between them to separate the components from each other, but come components positioned within these spaces that contain lines in a way determine the relationship or link.

Each component of the rest of the components in a smooth and soft way, and if you look at these forms from any hand you will find that they are harmonious with each other despite the richness and different forms.

The third thing is that Zaha Hadid was able to introduce slanted and slanting shapes into the architectural design dictionary.

But what is this new architecture and what it is called? Patrick Schumacher named it as Parametric Architecture or the Architecture of Parametric Parameters.

Schumacher was the first to name Parametricism on this architectural trend in 2008 before becoming a global trend and spreading around the world.

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Initially, the architectural design in Zaha Hadid's office began as architectural sketches that looked like art paintings and were then converted into architectural drawings without the use of the computer.

The design lines were still straight but at a non-existent angle, sloping architectural blocks and possibly steep terraces.

The design lines began in the mid-1990s and began to take a series of curves, especially with the computer's deep use in design and the application of logarithmic determinants.

It took nearly ten years for losing participants in architectural competitions and trying to convince others of this new approach.

The office then won the competition one by one by the end of the 1990s, winning one of its most important projects, the MAXI Museum of Contemporary Art in Rome. The office won the VW project, and the design lines became smoother and more elegant both inside and outside.

Source: http://www.zaha-hadid.com
Projects are bigger and bigger, such as the China Opera project, and the office functions are being diversified and the office is working on furniture design, interior design, lighting, clothing, and vehicles. The Office has also applied its design philosophy to city planning projects and transformed the staff of the Office from 4 to 400 employees.

In his book on architecture, The Autopoiesis of Architecture, Schumacher attempts to explain his parametric architectural theory, which took 15 years and consisted of a thousand and two hundred pages.

Source: http://www.zaha-hadid.com
Schumacher believes that the parametric architecture was able to integrate all the architectural elements and transformed them into elements of logarithmic elements that are easy to transform and form, which helps to strengthen the relations between the components and forms of the project and the relation of the building to its surroundings and the transformation of the classical engineering models (cube, cylinder, pyramid, ball) Classical and modern architecture.
Organic bodies of creatures inspired by
the parametric architecture and composition


These forms, Schumacher says, if they combine each other to form the final architectural configuration of the buildings do not achieve strong formal relationships among themselves, but create a smuggle architecture and urban as they combine without language uniting.

As well as in the urbanism of the cities and determine the density and sizes and the formation of neighborhoods and lines of networks of roads there will be liquidity and smooth in the formation of the city and achieve diversity in its forms without prejudice to their interrelationship between them. 

All the research and projects that are designed within the architectural schools, which follow the parametric architecture, seem to be interconnected between its components so that they are similar in spite of the diversity of their functions and sizes, as they are designed by different architects but follow the same principles.

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Author: Schumacher, Patrik S.
ISBN: 0470772980
ISBN-13 9780470772980
Publisher: John Wiley and Sons Ltd
Cover: Paperback
Pub. Year: 26-11-2010
SKU 9780470772980
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Pages: 478


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For Volume II: Autopoiesis of Architecture: A New Agenda for Architecture

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Author: Schumacher, Patrik S.
ISBN: 0470666161
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Parametric architecture is based on the principles of some of which can be called negative principles which should be avoided and positive principles must be followed.

The negative principles are the rejection of traditional principles such as the design of classical forms with inflexible structures, such as repetition or symmetry in shapes, such as the collection of discordant forms among them, and therefore calls for parametric architecture to be inspired by natural organic forms.

One of the pioneers in this field is the structural engineer and architect Frei Otto, who used the building of the tents in his projects through the use of forms that prove the construction in a natural way as in the natural forms.

Frei Otto did not use the computer but was doing experiments on miniature models of tents.

Today, through the use of digital logarithms, shapes similar to natural organic shapes can be found and made structural by digital calculations, such as software CAD applications.

In Schumacher's research at the British Society of Architecture, he transferred natural organic shapes and then transformed them into a barometric design.

On the other hand, there are more convergent forms, some of which generate harmonized groups, the forms of parametric architecture.

The lines in which classical geometric shapes are drawn are nonlinear lines.

The design lines in parametric architecture are flexible, easy, and smooth, and can form soft and different blocks, but there is always a strong bond between them.

Munich Stadium by Frei Otto (1973)
Munich Stadium by Frei Otto (1973) is a good example of the
Parametric Architecture
The lines here define surfaces that can be folded, transformed, and found in a variety of shapes so that they can form pieces of furniture or buildings.

The surfaces also form blocks that can also be grouped together and integrated into a single mass through their liquid lines.

The blocks should be soft, liquid, easily configurable, and must have a formative intelligence.

They follow intelligent parameters such as material properties that will be used in the configuration, measurements and structural rules that must be respected to ensure that any solution we choose will maintain these properties, measurements, and rules.

Add other parameters such as manufacturing methods and many other parameters.

There must be a distinction between shapes but maintains the cohesion of configurations among them 

This distinction can also be smart, that is, adaptable to achieve certain determinants must be followed such as the formation of the mass of the project so as to avoid the sun's rays and the relationship with the geometry of the sun's vents and openings, distinguish blocks, surfaces, and lines.

Schumacher also believes that we need to be distinguished in terms of expressive and aesthetic standards and because these standards also reflect the lifestyle of the current society, whose members prefer excellence rather than repetition.

This excellence also needs city planning projects to offer the greatest number of planning solutions. Excellence can be intelligent any particular goal or be without a goal only for excellence only to suit the different desires of the city's population. There must be reciprocal relations between the elements of the formation.

The cities and buildings are designed through serial systems. There is a primary system followed by a secondary system such as the building block system and the system of the design of the openings. If an adjustment is made to the design of the building block, it will reflect on the design of the openings and so on.

All principles, whether negative or positive, should be used by the architect to review his design and ensure that they achieve these mutual relations.

References:

- Al-Bena'a Magazine (the Digital Version)
- Wikipedia, the Free Encyclopedia

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