Research on the Floor Plan Design Method of Exhibition Hall in CGAN-assisted Museum Architecture(Training set for machine learning)

Published: 16 March 2023| Version 2 | DOI: 10.17632/szm2gkwhyp.2


This paper proposes a generative adversarial network (CGAN)-based method for designing a museum exhibition hall floor plan. In the study, the basic concepts and structure of CGAN are first introduced, and then the design and training process of the CGAN model used are described in detail, and the datasets and evaluation metrics adopted are briefly described. In the Results and Analysis section, this paper presents an example of the generated floor plan design of a museum exhibition hall and evaluates and analyzes the floor plan design of a museum exhibition hall gen-erated using the method proposed in this paper. Finally, the paper summarizes the advantages and disadvantages of the proposed method and looks forward to its future development. The research results show that: (1) The method proposed in this paper takes advantage of the CGAN model and can generate a museum exhibition hall floor plan design with certain regularity according to the given conditions rather than pure random generation. (2) This method can automatically generate a variety of floor plan designs of museum exhibition halls in different styles, providing designers with more choices and flexibility. (3) This method can carry out design optimization through hu-man-computer interaction, and iterative improvement can be carried out according to user needs and feedback, which improves the practicability of the design.


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According to the needs of the experiment, the 66 floor plans were further divided into floor plan outlines (FPP), functional partitions (FSL), and floor plan effects (FPE), for a total of 198 pictures. The FPP sample uses a grayscale image, and the color is black (R0, G0, B0). In the processing of FSL samples, in order to simplify the data, different colors represent the main elements of the floor plan of the exhibition hall and present them in the form of color pictures. In this study, 3 colors are used to represent the elements in the exhibition hall plan, namely, the walls are green (R151, G209, B163), the ground is dark blue (R84, G94, B170), and the showcase is light blue (R58, 195, B218).


Macau University of Science and Technology


Computer-Aided Design, Space Environment, Human-Computer Interaction, Museum, Exhibitionism, Generative Adversarial Network


Philosophy and Social Science Research Project of the Jiangsu Provincial Department of Education: Research on Red Culture Propaganda Strategy from the Perspective of Visual Communication in Public Space


CITT(Guangzhou) Enterprise Key Funding Project "Information System Engineering and Con-struction Engineering Testing"