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Index architecture : a Columbia book of architecture

Author: Bernard Tschumi; Matthew Berman; Jane Kim; Columbia University.
Publisher: Cambridge, Mass. : MIT Press, 2003.
Series: D, Columbia documents of architecture and theory, v. 7-9.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st MIT Press edView all editions and formats
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"Documents the extensive cross-fertilization of ideas that can occur between architectural practice and education. Through work developed by students and faculty at Columbia University's School of Architecture, it offers not only an archive of avant-garde work but a record of architectural discourse at a time when the design studio has been radically altered by digital technology. Writings, interviews, and images  Read more...
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Wörterbuch
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Bernard Tschumi; Matthew Berman; Jane Kim; Columbia University.
ISBN: 0262700956 9780262700955 0262200945 9780262200943
OCLC Number: 50768111
Description: 302 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 24 cm.
Series Title: D, Columbia documents of architecture and theory, v. 7-9.
Responsibility: edited by Bernard Tschumi and Matthew Berman ; assisted by Jane Kim.

Abstract:

"Documents the extensive cross-fertilization of ideas that can occur between architectural practice and education. Through work developed by students and faculty at Columbia University's School of Architecture, it offers not only an archive of avant-garde work but a record of architectural discourse at a time when the design studio has been radically altered by digital technology. Writings, interviews, and images are organized according to an alphabetical 'index' of key terms. Cross-referencing allows for a rich reading of concepts currently discussed in the field."--Back cover.
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