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Reading 50 – Taron

Integration within architecture is an enduring and complex strategy to inform space with populations and intensities. Integration works to define the boundaries, as Taron suggests, from within and extending in scale to an undetermined and diffuse condition. This extends space … Continue reading

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Reading 49 – Kolarevic

Integration within the practice of architecture is rebounding with the onset of building information modelling. The formation of space through this realm now requires a greater level of detail and rigidity in order to maintain comprehension throughout the building industry. … Continue reading

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Reading 48 – DeLanda

In De Landa’s The Actualization of the Virtual in Space, the consideration given to multiplicities as generators of space delineates an architecture responsive to changing conditions. Intensities prove to be agents of change whereby the extensive qualities of space adapt … Continue reading

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