The Virtual Design Studio establishes a new paradigm for CAD,
expanding computer tools beyond the technical processes of
computer-aided design to include the discussion and negotiation
which are a necessary complement to developing design ideas, thus
introducing the concept that design is fundamentally a social
This studio brought together students and tutors at Barcelona, MIT,
Harvard, Cornell, Washington University, St. Louis, the University
of British Columbia and the University of Hong Kong in one design
exercise conducted over the Internet. The experience documented in
this book points to a new way of practising architecture and a new
way of teaching design.
Subjects: Architecture and Architectural History
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