This paper reports the use of shape grammars, as made available in CityEngine, to deconstruct six examples of Regency facades and uses them to form a reconstruction of Brunswick Square, in Brighton and Hove, UK. The aim of the research is to evaluate the potential for shape grammar rules to effectively encapsulate aspects of style in a formal, computational language. It is argued that such a system could both result in a stochastically based definition of Regency style with a measurable degree of certainty and enable the presentation of historical periods of history in a real-time virtual environment.
|Number of pages||8|
|Journal||Computer Graphics Forum|
|Publication status||Published - 1 Apr 2011|
Bibliographical note© The Eurographics Association 2011.
Calogero, E., Tyson, N., Arnold, D., & Morris, D. (2011). Using procedural modelling as a framework for representing style: an example from Regency architecture. Computer Graphics Forum, 30, 41-48. http://diglib.eg.org/EG/DL/conf/EG2011/areas/041-048.pdf