Wiley, Jun 9, 1999 - Architecture - 112 pages
Architectural visions of the future-a vivid exploration of fact and fantasy
Sci-Fi Architecture places the greatest architectural thinkers of our time alongside the most advanced practitioners and experts from technical fields to predict the future of architectural design. Material possibilities and the use of high technology are two of the many dimensions covered in this lively and multifaceted debate, which features the perspectives of Jean Nouvel, Robert Maxwell, Charles Jencks, Jan Kaplicky, and others.
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