Designing for a Digital World
Wiley, Mar 29, 2002 - Architecture - 144 pages
Digital technologies are changing the way that we live and work today. But what impact are they having on the discipline of architecture?
This volume brings together some of the world's leading voices from digital theory, technology and design to address this question. With a discussion ranging from broad cultural concerns to new techniques of construction, Designing for a Digital World offers a snapshot of informed opinion at a crucial juncture in the history of the discipline.
Ben van Berkel and Caroline Bos (UN Studio)
Karl S Chu (Metaxy)
Mark Goulthorpe (dECOi)
Jeffrey Inaba (AMO)
William J Mitchell
Farshid Moussavi and Alejandro Zaera Polo (Foreign Office Architects)
Hani Rashid (Asymptote)
Lars Spuybroek (NOX)
David Turnbull (ATOPIA)
Yvonne Wilhelm, Christian Huebler and Andreas Broeckmann (Knowbotic Research)
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