All-over, over-all: biothing and emergent composition

Ednie-Brown, P 2006, 'All-over, over-all: biothing and emergent composition', Architectural Design: Programming Cultures, vol. 76, no. 4, pp. 72-81.


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Title All-over, over-all: biothing and emergent composition
Author(s) Ednie-Brown, P
Year 2006
Journal name Architectural Design: Programming Cultures
Volume number 76
Issue number 4
Start page 72
End page 81
Total pages 10
Publisher John Wiley and Sons
Abstract In the last decade, the impact of the digital on form-finding in architecture has been conspicuous. Could working with computational algorithms as the primary generative material, however, have deeper, more far-reaching effects on the creative field? Here, Pia Ednie-Brown asserts that a new paradigm in composition is being articulated, as exemplified by the Invisibles installation, created by the New York-based practice biothing.
Subject Architectural Design
Keyword(s) architecture
form-finding
computational algorithms
biothing
digital architecture
Invisibles installation project
bifid project
Spatial Information Architecture Laboratory
DOI - identifier 10.1002/ad.296
Copyright notice Copyright © 2006 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.
ISSN 0003-8504
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