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  • Architects Design in Cyberspace - Illustrated article by Alfredo Andia and Claudia Busch on the designs by New York based architectural firm Asymptote on a virtual New York Stock Exchange.
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  • Curvilinear Surfaces - Aleksandra Kasuba explains how to install curved fabric structures (under tension) in environmental and architectural projects. Examples of her installations. Biography, bibliography.
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  • Decodeine - Margot Kasojevik presents dynamics, simulation and animation design processes in architecture. Includes animations.
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  • Design Museum: Archigram / Architects (1961-1974) - Formed by a group of young London architects, Archigram magazine dominated the architectural avant garde in the 1960s with its playful, pop-inspired visions of a technocratic future. Exhibition at the Design Museum, London.
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  • Diaphan Architectural - Sabine von Fischer explores space in material and thought, in the form of drawings and texts – from concept and criticism to construction. Projects focus on sensorial and invisible boundaries such as "sonic barriers", and on completely collapsed objects in the "event horizon" series.
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  • Dynamic Architecture - David Fisher presents his design for a rotating tower in Dubai. Between its independently rotating floors are wind turbines, generate electric energy for itself as well as for other buildings. Includes description, video and press articles.
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  • Just-In-Time Infrastructure Prototype - Igor Kebelour presents a concept of domestic, working, public and mobile institutions merged into one. Includes model, analysis and discussion.
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  • Lebbeus Woods - Profile, biography and bibliography of Lebbeus Woods, experimental architect and professor at European Graduate School.
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  • Mas Yendo Experimental Projects - The Japanese architect describes and illustrates his experimental works. Includes biography and writings.
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  • Michael Hansmeyer - Computational Architecture - Features profile and experiments in computational and algorithmic architecture.
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  • Parasitic Architecture - A manifesto on the subject of parasitic architecture; defined as an adaptable, transient and exploitative form of architecture that forces relationships with host buildings.
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  • The Steel Research House - An experiment in modern house design using light steel framing at the University of Nottingham, UK. Context, project outline and progress. Feedback form for comments.
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  • Tent Design - Russian architect Anvar Khairoylline enthuses about the possibilities of tent structures. His profile, illustrated summary of his thesis and examples of projects using the principles of tent construction.
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  • The Translucent House - A prototype by Alfons Soldevila. Photograph parades show the building process from design to finish, and other buildings using translucence. A detailed description and theoretical background.
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  • Zomes Concept - Creating homes from a harmonious family of geometric forms. Includes definitions, symbolism, images, and construction.
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