Log 50: Model Behavior
|Author||Cynthia Davidson Ed.|
For its 50th issue, ‘Log’ looks at models in an expanded sense, examining their values, behaviours, and the behaviours they elicit. From the economic to the political, from public health to climate, models seem to run the world. In architecture, the model is no longer just a physical tool for conceptualising or representing a vision, but must also encompass digital or 3D-printed models, data and artificial intelligence models, business models, educational models, and even engage the discipline’s own history in establishing role models. Ranging from familiar architectural thinkers to up-and-coming practitioners, 39 contributors offer perspectives on the role of the model in architecture today.
|256 p, ills colour & bw, 16 x 24 cm, pb, English|