Back issue for magazine - Architectural Design 2008/4 Protoarchitecture

Architectural Design 2008/4 Protoarchitecture In the last decade, the interface of CAD (computer-aided drawing) and CAM (computer-aided manufacture) has opened up a whole new range of possibilities for architects. Structures, prototypes, and three-dimensional objects can now be crafted, assembled and installed as a direct consequence of digital drawings and the information/instructions embedded within them. New Proto-Architecture explores the innovative work being done when moving from the world of analogue to digital, which is now responsible for invigorating new and worn tools, and redefining the scope and expertise of those who use them. Including the work of an international group of designers from Belgium, Canada, Germany, Japan, the Netherlands, UK and U.S., this exciting book gives architects and students a spectacular look at what can be imagined and built today.

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