Very Strange Mereology, EAB#2

Lecture


Retsin, G. 2015. Very Strange Mereology, EAB#2. Experimental Architecture Biennial Volume 2. Prague 15 Sep 2015 Prague Experimental Architecture Biennial Volume 2.
AuthorsRetsin, G.
TypeLecture
Abstract

Increased computational capabilities push architecture into a new domain of previously unseen detail, materiality, structure and aesthetics – fuelling a renewed discussion about the continuous versus discrete nature of architectural systems.

KeywordsArchitecture; Computational Design
Year2015
ConferenceExperimental Architecture Biennial Volume 2
PublisherExperimental Architecture Biennial Volume 2
Publication dates
Print15 Sep 2015
Publication process dates
Deposited24 Mar 2017
Web address (URL)http://slideslive.com/38894431/very-strange-mereology
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Place of publicationPrague
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