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Practice 2.0: 10 Years of Smart Geometry

by: Daniel Davis & David Fano of CASE…
This year marks Smartgeometry’s tenth anniversary. For architects it’s been a decade of breathless innovation and listless stagnation. In this article we look back at the success of SmartGeometry and ask why Sigue leyendo

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Without Architects, Smart Cities Just Aren’t Smart

Arguably the biggest buzzword in urbanism right now is the ‘Smart City’. The idea, although certainly inclusive of eco-friendly practices, has even replaced “sustainability” as the major intent of cities planning for positive future development. Smart City thinking has been… Sigue leyendo

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Architecture by Robots, For Humanity

Architecture is quickly adopting the popular technology of robots. Although it is slightly hard to define what “robot” really means, for architecture, it tends to refer to anything from robot arms to CNC mills to 3D printers. Basically, they are programmable, mechanical, and automated… Sigue leyendo

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On Zombies and the Immortality of the Shopping Mall

This article, which originally appeared on Bullett Media, is by writer Matthew Newton. Newton has written for The Atlantic, Esquire, Forbes, and Guernica, and is currently at work on No Place for Disgrace, a collection of nonfiction stories based on the faded promise of the American …
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On Zombies and the Immortality of the Shopping Mall

This article, which originally appeared on Bullett Media, is by writer Matthew Newton. Newton has written for The Atlantic, Esquire, Forbes, and Guernica, and is currently at work on No Place for Disgrace, a collection of nonfiction stories based on the faded promise of the American …
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On Zombies and the Immortality of the Shopping Mall

This article, which originally appeared on Bullett Media, is by writer Matthew Newton. Newton has written for The Atlantic, Esquire, Forbes, and Guernica, and is currently at work on No Place for Disgrace, a collection of nonfiction stories based on the faded promise of the American …
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AD Editorial Round Up: Women in Architecture

There are few topics that stir up more controversy on ArchDaily that that of women in architecture. From those of you who vociferously advocate for women in the field to those who steadfastly purport that gender has no place in… Sigue leyendo

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Non-Design: Architecture’s (Counter-Intuitive) Future

Global architecture underwent a seismic shift in the 20th Century. Governments, keen to mitigate the impoverishing effects of rapid urbanization and two world wars embarked on ambitious social housing programs, pairing with modernists who promised that design could be the solution to… Sigue leyendo

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