When Is the Digital in Architecture?

Editors
Andrew Goodhouse
Annie Breton
Irene Chin
Jayne Kelley

Contributors
Mirko Zardini // Eight Million Stories
Marco Aracari // An Age of Paper
Mario Carpo // Building with Geometry, Drawing with Numbers
Wolfgang Ernst // Toward a Museology of Algorithmic Architecture from Within
Antoine Picone // Histories of the Digital: Information, Computer and Communcation
Peter Galison // Epistemic Machines: Image and Logic
Orit Halpern // Architecture as Machine: The Smart City Deconstructed
Mark Wigley // Black Screens: The Architect's Vision in a Digital Age
Molly Wright Steenson // Information Archaeologies
Andrew Witt // The Mechanic Animal: Autonomic Networks and Behavioural Computation
Greg Lynn // Going Native: Notes on Selected Artifacts from Digital Architecture at the End of the Twentieth Century
Nathalie Bredella // In the Midst of Things: Architecture's Encounter with Digital Technology, Media Theory and Material Culture
Stan Allen // The Paperless Studios in Context
Bernard Tschumi // The Making of Generation: How the Paperless Studios Came About
Phil Bernstein // Sound Advice and Clear Drawings: Design and Computation in the Second Machine Age

Publishers
Canadian Centre for Architecture (CCA)
Sternberg Press

Design
Katja Gretzinger

Date
June 2017

Language
English

Pages
464

Dimensions
17 x 24 cm

Weight
1000

Binding
Paperback

Available
Yes

Price
29.00 EUR