Cyberspace: The World of Digital Architecture
Images Publishing, 2001 - Architecture - 212 pages
The term cyberspace, first coined in 1984 by William Gibson in his science fiction novel Neuromancer, has today almost reached the level of common language, if not common acceptance, for its place as a legimate architectural construct. A largely visual statement of the construct is provided, thus helping advance its legitimacy even further through the featured work and words of many of its pioneers.
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