Notes, ephemera, and reference materials related to articles on hardware as architecture
Part of:
  • Melvin Charney (author)
  • David Grahame Shane (author)
  • Melvin Charney (archive creator)

Notes, ephemera, and reference materials related to articles on hardware as architecture




File containing documents in English (predominant) and Italian, including notes, posters, reference materials, and the following articles:
- The green metacity: heterotopias of illusion and the metacity, by Shane Grahame;
- Notes on hardware as architecture: of grain silos, computer circuits and orbiting machines, by Melvin Charney.

Original folder inscribed in graphite: NOTES ON HARDWARE AS ARCHITECTURE 1969

textual records
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1 file(s)
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  • 0.01 l.m. of textual records
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Credit line:
Melvin Charney fonds
Collection Centre Canadien d'Architecture/
Canadian Centre for Architecture, Montréal;
Don de Dara Charney/
Gift of Dara Charney

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