Versioning: Evolutionary Techniques in Architecture
Wiley, Jan 7, 2003 - Architecture - 128 pages
* SHoP has recently come to the forefront and their work is being widely published in international journals.
* Contributors cover all areas of theory and practice, including real estate development, engineering, graphic ergonomics, product manufacturing, and architecture.
* Includes such architects as Nader Tehrani, Rick Joy, William Massie, Ed Keller, and Material Lab.
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Evolving Architectures Dissolving Identities
Connubial Reciprocities of Surface and Space
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