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Digital Cities: Architectural Design

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What is the impact of digital technologies on the design and analysis of cities? For the last 15 years, the profound impact of computer-aided techniques on architecture has been well charted. From the use of standard drafting packages to the more experimental use of generative design tools and parametric modelling, digital technologies have come to play a major role in architectural production. But how are they helping architects and designers to operate at the urban scale? And how might they be changing the way in which we perceive and understand our cities? 

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  • Contributors include: Michael Batty, Benjamin Bratton, Alain Chiaradia, Manuel DeLanda, Vicente Guallart and Peter Trummer.
Neil Leach is Professor of Architectural Theory at the University of Brighton, and visiting professor at the University of Southern California. He has also taught at the Architectural Association, Columbia GSAPP, Cornell University, Dessau Institute of Architecture and SCI-Arc. He is the author, editor and translator of many books, inc...
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Title:Digital Cities: Architectural DesignFormat:PaperbackDimensions:136 pages, 10.85 × 8.3 × 0.4 inPublished:August 31, 2009Publisher:WileyLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0470773006

ISBN - 13:9780470773000

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Table of Contents

Editorial (Helen Castle).

Introduction: Digital Cities (Neil Leach).

Parametricism: A New Global Style for Architecture and Urban Design (Patrik Schumacher).

Experiments in Associative Urbanism (Tom Verebes).

Chlorofilia, the Los Angeles Jungle (Neil Leach featuring Hernan Diaz Alonso).

I’ve Heard About … (A Flat, Fat, Growing Urban Experiment) Extract of Neighbourhood Protocols (François Roche).

A Digital Breeder for Designing Cities (Michael Batty).

The Limits of Urban Simulation: An Interview with Manuel DeLanda (Neil Leach).

Swarm Urbanism (Neil Leach).

Morphogenetic Urbanism (Peter Trummer).

Digital Towers (Neil Leach).

Spatial Design Economies (Alain Chiaradia).

Hyperhabitat: Reprogramming the World (Neil Leach featuring Vicente Guallart).

iPhone City (Benjamin H Bratton).

Jan Kaplick´y (1937–2009): Homage to an Extraordinary Life of Unfulfilled Dreams and Major Successes (Ivan Margolius).

Interior Eye.

Alice Tully Hall, New York (Jayne Merkel).

Building Profile.

The Feildbarn (David Littlefield).

Userscape.

Lighting Up (Valentina Croci).

Yeang’s Eco-Files.

Seawater Greenhouses and the Sahara Forest Project (Ken Yeang and Michael Pawlyn).

Unit Factor.

Parallel Indexing: Infrastructure and Space (Holger Kehne and Jeff Turko).

McLean’s Nuggets (Will McLean).

Spiller’s Bits.

Parallel Biological Futures (Neil Spiller).

Site Lines.

FREEZE: A Celebration of Design in the Modern North (Brian Carter).