WOOD AND GENERATIVE ALGORITHMS FOR THE COMPARISON BETWEEN MODELS AND REALITY
Keywords: Multiparametric Optimization, Generative Algorithms, Energy Optimization, Wooden Structures, Digital Simulation, Sensor Data, Digital Twin
Abstract. This study examines the emblematic case of a test room and its relation to digital modelling. This space is the result of a multi-optimization process that has been physically built for the verification of the initial hypotheses. As a result, it is actually a Physical Twin, designed to be transformable by removing a wall. The same space, on the other hand, has become useful for testing the Digital Twin logic by associating a BIM model with a dynamic representation of the data captured by the sensors. The representation is thus placed at the core of this cyclic phase between reality and representation, with the goal of validating the proposed theories through empirical practice, improving digital computational ability, and identifying pathways for monitoring space's interactions with the environment and those who live in it.