- ISBN 9780500342473
- 28.00 x 25.00 cm
- PLC (no jacket)
- Illustrated in colour and black and white throughout
- First published 2008
‘Imagine Antoni Gaudí let loose on a tub of acid and some powerful CAD software … From a ‘blob wall’ via a reptilian Japanese restaurant to a power station wrapped in a membrane of roses, honeysuckle and lights, 200 projects from the hard drives of 40 of the world’s hottest visionaries – some built, some purely experimental – challenge our assumptions about 3D space’ – The World of Interiors
An ambitious, large-format book featuring forty of the greatest talents from the global world of digital architecture bursting with original and stunning design ideas – over 870 illustrations and 100 projects.
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Presenting the hottest architectural visionaries from around the world, Digital Architecture Now celebrates those architects who are pushing digital design and software to their limits and showing how radical experimentation can still lead to spectacular built results.
Neil Spiller’s text places this contemporary work in the context of recent developments and considers the future trajectory of digital architecture. At the heart of the book are the architects’ best projects, presented in vivid, colourful and breathtaking detail through texts, plans and renderings that challenge our assumptions about 3-D space and redefine the future of architecture.
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The Living, Breathing, Thinking, Responsive Buildings of the Future
Digital Landscape Architecture Now
Nox: Machining Architecture
States of Architecture: New Directions from the Shanghai World Expo