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Origins of the digital

What do we need to know in order to say how and when architecture became digital? Our focus is on projects produced in the 1980s and 1990s that used digital tools to explore new directions for architectural research and practice. Rather than making future projections, we look critically and archaeologically at the way digital technology has shaped architecture in a concrete way.

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Paperless Studios

Lectures by Bernard Tschumi, Stan Allen, and Hani Rashid

The paperless studios were an experiment conducted in the mid-1990s at the Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation at Columbia University.

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These presentations took place during Toolkit for Today 2013, a two-week summer seminar at the CCA for PhD candidates and Masters students from around the world. The event was conceived as an important component of the research we launched on the processes and practices related to digital media in architecture.

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