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Background information for digital design
Digital technology and architecture have become inseparable, with new approaches and methodologies not just affecting the workflows and practice of architects but shaping the very character of architecture.
This compendious work offers a wide-ranging orientation to the new landscape with its opportunities, its challenges, and its vast potential.
Contributing Editors: Ludger Hovestadt, Urs Hirschberg, Oliver Fritz
Contributors: Diana Alvarez-Marin, Jakob Beetz, André Borrmann, Petra von Both, Harald Gatermann, Marco Hemmerling, Ursula Kirschner, Reinhard König, Dominik Lengyel, Bob Martens, Frank Petzold, Sven Pfeiffer, Miro Roman, Kay Römer, Hans Sachs, Philipp Schaerer, Sven Schneider, Odilo Schoch, Milena Stavric, Peter Zeile, Nikolaus Zieske
Writer: Sebastian Michael
Urs Hirschberg, TU Graz, Ludger Hovestadt, ETH Zürich, Oliver Fritz, HTWG Konstanz
"The 760-page Atlas of Digital Architecture is an ambitious reference book about the myriad ways architects use computers. With contributions by two-dozen experts in the digitization of architecture and hundreds upon hundreds of illustrations, the book is a nearly complete picture of the digital world architects occupy.“ (John Hill in ADAILYDOSEOFARCHITECTUREBOOKS, 02.2021, https://archidose.blogspot.com/2021/02/atlas-of-digital-architecture.html)
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