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Prof. Dr. Georg Vrachliotis

Publikationen

 

Books


Structuralism Reloaded. Rule-Based Design in Architecture and Urbanism, (edited with Tomas Valena and Tom Avermaete), Axel Menges Publisher, Munich, 2011.

Code. Between Operation and Narration. In the book series: Context Architecture. Fundamental Concepts between Art, Science and Technology, edited by Andrea Gleiniger und Georg Vrachliotis, Birkhauser Publisher, 2010.

Pattern. Ornament, Strucutre and Behaviour. In the book series: Context Architecture. Fundamental Concepts between Art, Science and Technology, edited by Andrea Gleiniger und Georg Vrachliotis, Birkhauser Publisher, 2009.

Complexity. Design strategy and world view. In the book series: Context Architecture. Fundamental Concepts between Art, Science and Technology, edited by Andrea Gleiniger und Georg Vrachliotis, Birkhauser Publisher, 2009.

Simulation. Presentation Technique and Cognitive Method. IIn the book series: Context Architecture. Fundamental Concepts between Art, Science and Technology, edited by Andrea Gleiniger und Georg Vrachliotis, Birkhauser Publisher, 2008.



Essays (selected publications)


„Transparenz als Psychopharmakon“, in: Pavillon Germania (Catalogue of the German Pavilion for Architecture Biennale in Venice), ARCH+, June 2014.

„How form came about from society” Christopher Alexander or About Architecture as a Form of Culture and Structure“, in: Tomas Valena, Georg Vrachliotis and Tom Avermaete (eds.), Structuralism in Architecture and Urbanism, Reloaded?, Munich: Axel Menges, December 2010.

„On Architecture, Structuralism and Digital Culture“, in: Tomas Valena, Georg Vrachliotis and Tom Avermaete (eds.), Structuralism in Architecture and Urbanism, Reloaded?, Munich: Axel Menges, December 2010.

„Ästhetik, Revolte und Kalküle“, in: Architekturkritik, ARCH+, Nr. 200, (October 2010).

„Fritz Haller“, in: Allgemeines Künstlerlexikon. Die Bildenden Künstler aller Zeiten und Völker (begr. v. Günter Meißner), München: Saur Verlag (in print).

„Stadt als Kommunikationsmaschine“ (mit Michael Hagner), in: Vittorio Magnago Lampugnani, Katia Frey, Eliana Perotti (Hrsg.): Text & Stadt. Eine ideeengeschichtliche Analyse der Quellentexte zur Stadt und Städtebau des 18. bis frühen 20. Jahrhunderts, Berlin (December 2010).

Gropius’ Question or On Revealing and Concealing Code in Architecture and Art. In: A. Gleiniger and G. Vrachliotis (ed.): Code. Between Operation and Narration. Context Architecture. Fundamental Concepts between Art, Science and Technology, Birkhauser Publisher, Basel/Boston/Berlin.

„What is being asked for are cathedrals for free.“ A look behind the scenes of digital building construction. Georg Vrachliotis in conversation with Fabian Scheurer (designtoproduction), Graz Architecture Magazine, 2009.

„And it was out of that that I began dreaming about patterns...” On thinking in structures, designing with patterns, and the desire for beauty and meaning in architecture. In: A. Gleiniger and G. Vrachliotis (ed.): Pattern. Ornament, Structure and Behaviour. Context Architecture. Fundamental Concepts between Art, Science and Technology, Birkhauser Publisher, Basel/Boston/Berlin, 2009.

Entwurf einer neuen Künstlichkeit - Generatives Design. Architektur zwischen konstruierter und programmierter Natur. In: ARCH+, Nr. 189, Stuttgart/Berlin, 2008, S. 54-60

Flusser‘s Leap. Simulation and Technical Thought in Architecture. In: A. Gleiniger and G. Vrachliotis (ed.): Simulation. Presentation Technique and Cognitive Method. Context Architecture. Fundamental Concepts between Art, Science and Technology, Birkhauser Publisher, Basel/Boston/Berlin, 2008.

Popper’s Mosquito Swarm: Architecture, Cybernetics and the Operationalization of Complexity. European Review, 17, Cambridge University Press, 2009, S. 439-452.

Popper’s Mosquito Swarm: Architecture, Cybernetics and the Operationalization of Complexity. In: A. Gleiniger and G. Vrachliotis (ed.): Complexity. Design strategy and world view. Context Architecture. Fundamental Concepts between Art, Science and Technology, Birkhauser Publisher, Basel/Boston/Berlin, 2008.

The leap from linear to computational consciousness: evolutionary models of thought and architecture. In: Moravanszky, A. and Fischer, O.W. (ed.): Precisions. Architecture between Art and Science. Jovis Publisher, Berlin, 2008.

Game of Life - Architecture, Complexity, and the Idea of Nature as a Game. In: von Borries, F., Walz, S. P., Brinkman, U. and Böttger, M. (ed..): Space, Time, Play. Games, Architecture, and Urbanism, Birkhauser Publisher, Basel/Boston/Berlin, 2007.

Theory and application of biological inspired Computer-Aided Architectural Design (with Fabian Scheurer). In: Game-Set-Match: On Computer Games, Advanced Geometries and Digital Technologies, Episode Publishers, 2006.

„Raum und Vorstellung von Raum. (book review): Annette Geiger, Stefanie Hennecke, and Christin Kempf (ed.): Imaginäne Architekturen. Raum und Stadt als Vorstellung, ARCH+, Nr. 177, Berlin/Aachen, 2006.

Finding the Way Inside: Linking Architectural Design Analysis and Cognitive Processes (with C. Hölscher, T. Meilinger, M. Brösamle and M. Knauff) In: Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence, Springer, Wien/Berlin/New York, 2004.

Aspectualize and Conquer in Architectural Design (with S. Bertel and C. Freksa). In: J. Gero, B. Tversky, & T. Knight (Ed.): Visual and Spatial Reasoning in Design III, Sydney, 2004 (3rd International Conference Visual and Spatial Reasoning in Design at MIT, Cambridge).

Articulating Space through Architectural Diagrams. Workshop: Reasoning with Mental and External Diagrams: Computational Modeling and Spatial Assistance, Spring Symposium of the American Association for Artificial Intelligence at Stanford University, California, 2004.

Mental Conceptions of Emergent Spaces in Architectural Design (with S. Bertel and C. Freksa). In: C. Freksa, G. Vrachliotis, and S. Bertel (Hrsg.): DCC-Workshop Reader, First International Conference on Design, Computation and Cognition at MIT, Cambridge, 2004.