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Sergio del Castillo Tello

MIAUHAUS

https://miauhaus.org/

C/Jose Martinez de Velasco N26, MADRID, Spain
Sergio del Castillo Tello is the CEO of MIAUHAUS. Miauhaus is an open research community. Our mission is to enjoy sharing and creating knowledge. Digital processes are project’s tools. They are as important as the project itself: they go alongside with it, they make it possible, they generate it, reinforce it, explain it, communicate it, they allow it to be collaborative, they connect it to its context, revealing links that are not visible at first sight

Miauhaus, Movement for Architectural and Urban Interrelationalism


Urban Prototype based on Programmed Regulations, City Labs as Topological Explorations, from High-rise to Inter-high-rise buildings

Miauhaus, Movement for Architectural and Urban Interrelationalism


Urban Prototype based on Programmed Regulations, City Labs as Topological Explorations, from High-rise to Inter-high-rise buildings
The Project is a Computational Device for Inter-Infrastructural Urban Planning based on Programmed Regulations as a Digital Masterplan to bridge the gap between Architectural and Urban decisions
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Type of project
  • New areas of operation

The Project is a Computational Device for Urban Prototype based on Programmed Regulations, an Inter-Infrastructural Urban Planning whose program is the headquarters of the Hybrid Complex Research Laboratory of Topology of residential and tertiary. The objective of the dynamic masterplanning model is not the optimization of the urban fabric for the achievement of objectives but to promote the complexity in the formal response of the urban planning design system. This technical-instrumental research is based on Computer Graphics Modeling according to holistic-stochastic city relational prototypes. This research focuses on the city as a topological network that support the relationships that allow the exchange of morphotipology, energy, information between the city and its environment, and between the parts of the city itself (public-semi-public-private space), interpreted as programmed (computational) geometric (behavior) interrelations (topological).



R1 Programmed Urban Prototype

R2 Summary of Methodology (Steps)

Memo: Program, System, Technology

Fenomenology I: One possible open result

Fenomenology II: One possible open result

Miauhaus, Movement for Architectural and Urban Interrelationalism


Urban Prototype based on Programmed Regulations, City Labs as Topological Explorations, from High-rise to Inter-high-rise buildings

Miauhaus, Movement for Architectural and Urban Interrelationalism


Urban Prototype based on Programmed Regulations, City Labs as Topological Explorations, from High-rise to Inter-high-rise buildings
The Project is a Computational Device for Inter-Infrastructural Urban Planning based on Programmed Regulations as a Digital Masterplan to bridge the gap between Architectural and Urban decisions
File under
Type of project
  • New areas of operation

The Project is a Computational Device for Urban Prototype based on Programmed Regulations, an Inter-Infrastructural Urban Planning whose program is the headquarters of the Hybrid Complex Research Laboratory of Topology of residential and tertiary. The objective of the dynamic masterplanning model is not the optimization of the urban fabric for the achievement of objectives but to promote the complexity in the formal response of the urban planning design system. This technical-instrumental research is based on Computer Graphics Modeling according to holistic-stochastic city relational prototypes. This research focuses on the city as a topological network that support the relationships that allow the exchange of morphotipology, energy, information between the city and its environment, and between the parts of the city itself (public-semi-public-private space), interpreted as programmed (computational) geometric (behavior) interrelations (topological).



R1 Programmed Urban Prototype

R2 Summary of Methodology (Steps)

Memo: Program, System, Technology

Fenomenology I: One possible open result

Fenomenology II: One possible open result


Idea by

Sergio del Castillo Tello
MIAUHAUS
C/Jose Martinez de Velasco N26
MADRID
Spain
Sergio del Castillo Tello is the CEO of MIAUHAUS. Miauhaus is an open research community. Our mission is to enjoy sharing and creating knowledge. Digital processes are project’s tools. They are as important as the project itself: they go alongside with it, they make it possible, they generate it, reinforce it, explain it, communicate it, they allow it to be collaborative, they connect it to its context, revealing links that are not visible at first sight