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Hybrid Space: Generative Form and Digital Architecture

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Architects, designers, and engineers have been using computers for decades to increase productivity, to solve seemingly insoluble problems, and for sophisticated presentations. Frank Gehry is particularly recognized for his innovative use of the computer. It is only recently, however, that computers are being used not just as tools, but as creative devices capable of generating startling new design ideas and entirely unexpected forms for the built world. For the first time in decades, a generation of technocratic architects ...

Hybrid Space: Generative Form and Digital Architecture 1999, Rizzoli International Publications, New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9780847822034

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