Blue Papers: Studies on Digitational Architecture (Paperback)
During the last thirty years, the use of digital technologies in architecture has exponentially increased. New computational tools and methods are significantly changing the way we design and perform our buildings. The book analysis the current digital evolution of architecture through a series of considerations related to several aspects of the ongoing digital era, ranging from the problem of authorship and human creativity in computational design to notions related to architectural pedagogy, professional practice and robotic construction. The publication aims to identify an alternative and possible understanding of architecture in the current digital era based on the relationship between technological development and human progress.