Two groups of architectural records constitute the content of my dissertation. The first group is represented by graphs/interpretative models based on visualization of data and terms from selected texts collected between 1994-2012. These include the interpretation of design, architecture and urbanism processes. The second group of records validates the authorial design process. The authorial records are created using a hybrid method combining both non-digital and digital media (drawings/aquarelles and programmed behaviour – script).


The authorial design process consists of three phases: transcription of data acquired on site, real-time designing (agent-based modelling method) and interpretation of the results of changes arising from the simulation. The method of agent-based modelling was deployed to reorganize the urban structure. The importance of this hybrid method lies in the enhanced creativity in design process and the discovery of new behaviour that may be further examined under the agent-based modelling method.

The linear design process (design in advance) is examined through the sketches. Sketches serve as tools for conceptualization, study of the urban changes and the dynamic processes in a selected territory. Non-linear design processes are connected with real-time designing, where the outcomes of dynamic events  are being unpredictable.

The three phases of virtual medium

The principle of generating 3D diagram The three phases of virtual medium

Reactive environment (interface) enabling mutual communication of all three phases of the design process.

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