Further Architects in Cyberspace II, Volume 69, Issues 11-12
Neil Spiller, Maggie Toy
Wiley, Feb 2, 1999 - Architecture - 112 pages
Another cutting-edge issue of Architectural Design, featuring top cyberspace architects
Picking up where Architects in Cyberspace left off, this companion issue of Architectural Design tracks the progress of previously featured architects along with new players in the field. With exciting developments and projects under way all the time, this part-two installment offers a vital up-to-date report from the cyberfrontier of modern architecture, complete with a review of the 1997 Paris Cyberspace exhibition, dozens of color illustrations, and more.
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