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|Title:||Digital architecture: A revolutionary approach|
Jain, Siddharth (13ARC12)
|Keywords:||Project Report - SoA|
|Abstract:||changing the way we live and aspire to. The term “Digital Architecture” has been coined by William Gibson in 1984. Many firms all over the world have been practising, experimenting and researching in this field, but all are in silo’s. Based on discussions and talks with experts in the field we might infer that many institutes started experimenting and adding this field as a post graduation program, but very few excelled, but many were shut down because they were not able to produce practical output. The main reason behind shutting the programs were that everyone started a program in the existing college of architecture where most of them had it like an extension to their existing programs. This experiment which were add-ons; the institutes didn't had enough resources and expertise to execute the innovative ideas in the past. With the technological advancements, digital architecture covers a wide range of topics under its roof which spreads from product level to urban level projects.|
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