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After Typology: The Suffering of Diagrams
Architectural Design, “Contemporary Processes in Architecture” (2000)
  • William Braham, University of Pennsylvania
Abstract

In an examination of the diagram as a generator of architectural form and process, William Braham looks at how building typology has historically provided the dominant model for architectural working methods. In addition, he asks why dynamic diagramming and non-linear processes are now being adopted by the neo-avant-garde but neglected by mainstream practice.

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Publication Date
June, 2000
Citation Information
William Braham. "After Typology: The Suffering of Diagrams" Architectural Design, “Contemporary Processes in Architecture” Vol. 70 Iss. 3 (2000)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/william_braham/3/