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id ijac20108106
authors Llach, Daniel Cardoso
year 2010
title Shift+Design: Scripts and Other Design Artifacts
source International Journal of Architectural Computing vol. 8 - no. 1, 17-28
summary Beyond the debate about the possible advantages of the automation of time-consuming drafting tasks, or of the expressive qualities that emerge from the use of scripts in architectural design, this article posits the idea that scripts constitute a new kind of "design artifact", reconfiguring a designer's engagement with a design problem. By examining how scripts destabilize dominant conceptions of architectural representations as figural descriptions the article delineates the ongoing emergence of a performative and computational epistemology of architectural design.
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