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The Ten Bytes of Architecture?...

Postby Wesley » 11 May 2006, 22:56

The Ten Bytes of Architecture? Some Thoughts on Architectural Culture in the Age of Simulation

by David Scheer

Link: Ten Bytes of Architecture

>In every time and place, an architectural culture arises as the product of social, technical, economic and political conditions as they affect building. Yet, while these factors shape the culture, they do not determine it. The members of our profession and our industry can take an active role in deciding the direction of emerging technology. We have a unique opportunity to rethink where we want to go and what we want our work to be. We need new thinking about architecture, building, and society that takes account of the challenges and possibilities implicit in technology—the architectural principles for the age of simulation.<
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