Lee, Ji-Hyun

Morphological Analysis of Cultural DNA

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Table of contents

Part I. Theories for Cultural DNA Research

1. From Human Inspired Design to Human Based Design
Mathew Schwartz

2. A Short Exploratory Essay on the Term ‘Cultural DNA’ from the Perspectives of Physical and Virtual Architecture
Deedee Aram Min, Ji-Hyun Lee

3. Architectural Conservation Based on Its Cultural DNA
Shang-chia Chiou

Part II. Morphological Analysis at Architectural Scale

4. Finding Housing Genotypes by Graph Theory: An Investigation into Malay Houses
Kyung Wook Seo

5. Frieze Symmetry as an Underlying Principle of Housing Elevation Designs
Jin-Ho Park

6. Unpacking the Cultural DNA of Traditional Chinese Private Gardens Through Mathematical Measurement and Parametric Design
Ning Gu, Rongrong Yu, Michael Ostwald

Part III. Morphological Analysis at Urban Scale

7. Morphogenetic Habitation Group Formation and View Parameter
Jong-Jin Park

8. From Open Plan to Public Space: ‘Seine-Arche’ Project and Urban Morphological Evolution in France 1960–2020
Jérôme Treuttel

9. Imagining the Paths of Cities: A Case of Korean City
GwangYa Han

10. A Rule-Based Generative Analysis Approach for Urban Planning
Rudi Stouffs, Patrick Janssen

Part IV. Analysis of Other Cultural Artifacts

11. Player Segmentation Strategies Based on the Types of Self-recognition in Online Game World
Young Yim Doh

12. Style Synthesis Based on Strategic Styling Decision
Kyung Hoon Hyun, Ji-Hyun Lee

13. Phylogenetic Analysis of Korean Traditional Rhythm
Hyungjoong Kim, Ji-Hyun Lee

Part V. Tools

14. Implementing Shape Grammars for Designers
Andrew I-kang Li

15. Designing for Culture: The Development of a Cultural Design Tool for Service Design
Yu-Hsiu Hung, Wei-Ting Lee

16. A Method for Measuring Qualitative Building Circulation Factors—A BIM-Enabled Approach Using Quantities
Jaeyoung Shin, Jinhua Huang, Jin-Kook Lee

17. The Grammar Lens: How Spatial Grammar Channels Interface Design
Robert Woodbury

18. Answering Questions with Questions: A Personal Take on Gödel’s Incompleteness Theorem as It Relates to Architecture and Design
Andrzej Zarzycki

Keywords: Geography, Urban Geography / Urbanism (inc. megacities, cities, towns), Cultural Theory, Computer Appl. in Social and Behavioral Sciences

Publication year
KAIST Research Series
Page amount
8 pages
Natural Sciences
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