Looking Outwards 03

“India’s New Parametric Temple to Reinterpret Vernacular Design in Koppur”

I really admire how this project uses computational processes to design something in the real world. This kind of geometry is difficult to visualize and draw, but its regularity and symmetry makes it a perfect problem for parametric design. The designers used parametric software, like grasshopper, to influence the design based on specified constraints, such as volume or height. The designers’ commitment to using sacred geometry and symmetric forms resulted in a characteristically Indian temple despite using computational processes

Some different forms produced by the architects, rat[[LAB] studio and Shilpa Architects


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