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id sigradi2007_af55
authors Terzidis, Kostas
year 2007
title Digital Design: Ideological Gap or Paradigm Shift? [Diseño digital - Integrando contenidos, modelos y habilidades]
source SIGraDi 2007 - [Proceedings of the 11th Iberoamerican Congress of Digital Graphics] México D.F. - México 23-25 October 2007, pp. 220-224
summary In this paper a series of arguments about the gap between manual and digital practices will be raised, discussed, and addressed in the context of design education and practice to illustrate a discrepancy and the possibility of a paradigm shift.
keywords Computation; design; paradigm shift
series SIGRADI
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100%; open Cuff D. (2001) Find in CUMINCAD Digital Pedagogy: An Essay: One educator’s thoughts on design software’s profound effects on design thinking and teaching , Architectural Record, September 2001. (In this article, Cuff considers that computing is “one of the most important transformations of the contemporary profession” and that today “computing has become a populist skill”)

100%; open Eisenman P. (1992) Find in CUMINCAD Visions Unfolding: Architecture in the Age of Electronic Media , Ars Eletronica 1992. (Peter Eisenman referred to the idea of an electronic paradigm shift in architecture in 1992. He wrote: “During the fifty years since the Second World War, a paradigm shift has taken place that should have profoundly affected architecture: this was the shift from the mechanical paradigm to the electronic one. This change can be simply understood by comparing the impact of the role of the human subject on such primary modes of reproduction as the photograph and the fax; the photograph within the mechanical paradigm, the fax within the electronic one.”)

100%; open Kuhn, Thomas S. (1962) Find in CUMINCAD The Structure of Scientific Revolutions , University of Chicago

100%; open Lynn G. (1999) Find in CUMINCAD Animate Form , New York Princeton Architectural Press, 1999, pp.20-1

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