AD: interdisciplinary architecture
Interdisciplinary cooperations between art and architecture are extremely important in order to maintain the highest level of interaction and progression of design. This volume explores the collaborations that have achieved the maximum level of success, through presenting extracts from previous issues of Architectural Design.
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