Parametric Modeling of the Church in the Studenica Monastery in Serbia
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This project reveals surveying data and architectural design of the major church in the Studenica monastery complex in Serbia reﬂected in a variety of 3D models and the analysis of the church interior and exterior. Architecture-driven computational parametric modeling was done by using two types of data: close range photogrammetry and high precision laser scanning. The modeling, based on geometric parameters and other planimetric and volumetric analysis, is devised during the four-year study as part of the project Parametric Research of the Studenica Church, a UNESCO Heritage Site, as a Model for Advanced Studies of Medieval Architecture. These models allow for better understanding and representation of the proportional, aesthetic and illumination qualities of the Studenica church and for prototyping procedures for examining other medieval domed churches where we lack more detailed references about their architectural design.
Source:Dimensions reflected - catalog, Accompanying program of the 7th International scientific conference ’’moNGeometrija 2020’’, 2020, Dimensions Reflected – Exhibition of ideas, designs and models, 16-16
- Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, University of Belgrade
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