Kas Oosterhuis and Lukas Feireiss
With the new technical possibilities of worldwide electronic networking and the ubiquity of new media and digital technology in many fields, conventional disciplines gradually dissolve as new “transdisciplines” arise. In contemporary architecture, too, changes give rise to new ideas that come from a multitude of influences. This book brings together the results of the international and interdisciplinary Game Set and Match II Conference - The Architecture Co-Laboratory, directed by Kas Oosterhuis, professor of Architecture at the Delft University of Technology, the Netherlands. Looking at contemporaneous and potential future changes in digitally driven architectural and design practices, it accentuates the move toward experimentation and collaboration, offering a kaleidoscopic view of current developments in the digital design domain. Including contributions from Robert Aish, Raoul Bunschoten, Bernard Cache, Jan Edler and Tim Edler, Georg Flachbart, John Frazer, Mark Goulthorpe, Branko Kolarevic, Anne Nigten, Marcos Novak, Kas Oosterhuis, Katie Salen, Tom Verebes, Peter Weibel and many more.
616 pp, 650 color reproductions
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