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Digital Architecture Now, by Neil Spiller

March 31, 2009

…expect a lot of highly stylised renders, and not a great deal of built work.

The latest tome from digital architecture proponent Neil Spiller, Digital Architecture Now focuses on the new generation of architects designing with what is still something of an emerging, if burgeoning, methodology. With 872 illustrations throughout, projects range from Barcelonan aviaries, Delta swamp spas, Bolivian Urban parks to New York penthouses – but as you would expect for a movement characterised by a lack of commissions even amongst its established practitioners, expect a lot of highly stylised renders, and not a great deal of built work.

Thames and Hudson 2008 400 pages HB $90.00

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