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  • elegance

    ten books on architecture
    2007

    AD: this issue of ad extrapolates current design tendencies and brings them together to present a new type of architecture, one that is seamlessly tying processes, space, structure and material together with a self-assured beauty. ‘elegance’ here is cast with a new contemporary meaning as it is applied to work that is effortlessly complex. . . . .

    it is analogous to an elegant algorithm that uses a small amount of initiative code to great effect. in a structure elegance may be expressed by a complex surface that retains its continuity and integrity even when punctured. in many ways, elegance marks a coming of age for, ‘digital architecture’, as architects become more adept at producing complexity and integrating digital design technologies, production and assembly systems producing elegant solutions.

    includes essays by manuel delanda, greg lynn, un studio, zaha hadid architects, preston scott cohen, and hani rashid.

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