Innovation in Architecture: A Path to the Future
Alan J. Brookes, Dominique Poole
Taylor & Francis, Dec 6, 2012 - Architecture - 160 pages
In this highly original book, through a series of essays, key architects and engineers in Europe, Australia, and the USA describe the ideas and development behind the innovative technology in their chosen projects, with the emphasis being on the means of production and the links between design and the manufacturing process.
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