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Other Authors: Abruzzo, Emily (Editor), Ellingsen, Eric (Editor), Solomon, Jonathan D. (Editor)
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: New York : 306090, Inc., 2007.
Edition:First edition.
Series:306090 ; v. 11.
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Table of Contents:
  • Models are real / Olafur Eliasson
  • Survival patterns / Cecil Balmond, Eric Ellingsen
  • Context messaging: modeling biological form / Peter Lloyd Jones
  • Brief and indeterminate glimpses / Charles Bernstein
  • Urban Lorenzetti circa 2007 / David Grahame Shane
  • Masters of the universe / D. Graham Burnett, Jonathan D. Solomon
  • Cities of complexity / Helene Furján
  • Proof of concept / Dickson Despommier, Eric Ellingsen
  • Body blanket / Jenny Sabin
  • Friends and strangers / James Buckhouse
  • Analog dreams / Jasmine Benyamin
  • Observations on the algorithmic emergence of character / Roland Snooks
  • Model now open / Emily Abruzzo, Gerald Bodziak
  • The castle / Carolyn Y. Yerkes
  • The sensation of deep & cryptic models: the Widmanstätten pattern / Rhett Russo
  • Towards a model railroad urbanism / The Royal United States Architects
  • Cross-catalytic architectures: in conversation / Cecil Balmond [and others]
  • Hard core/soft focus/middle ground / Craig Dworkin
  • The dirty act of architecture / Theodore Spyropoulos
  • From one many / Lindsay Elgin
  • Working model / Keith Kaseman
  • Lines of sight: architecture and the videogame model / Gregory Moore
  • Complex populations / Martin Felsen
  • Seeing the city for the trees / Jonathan D. Solomon
  • Parametric constructions: an exploration on virtual standardization / Marta Malé-Alemany
  • Models of dissemination: the architecture of little magazines / Beatriz Colomina with Craig Buckley [and others]
  • Requisite ecologies / Kevin Fennell, Chia-hue Liu
  • The question of the underlying model and its impact on design / Axel Kilian
  • Possibility spaces / Manuel De Landa, Eric Ellingsen
  • Illogical leap / Eric Ellingsen
  • Questionnaire: models as generative processes / Lisa Randall [and others].