Extracting and Communicating Underlying Pseudo-Formalised Procedural Rules in Heritage Architecture - The Case of New Zealand's 19th Century Timber Churches
conference contributionposted on 06.09.2020 by Andre Brown, Tane Moleta, Marc Aurel Schnabel, Samuel Mclennan
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The research employs procedural modelling to investigate the characteristic rules present within a loosely defined architectural style. The 19th-century timber neo-Gothic churches built in the city of Wellington, New Zealand are examples of a particular interpretation of the Gothic Revival style.