Geologics: Geography Information Architecture
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Geologics: Geography Information Architecture

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A new era demands a new architecture: Vicente Guallart, pioneer and producer of new media on architecture, examines the technological, social and cultural changes inherent in our current information society. He proposes, by means of his architecture, projects and writings, fresh ways for building in five distinct urban areas: the city, the periphery, the outskirts, the rur...more
Hardcover, 544 pages
Published February 1st 2009 by Actar (first published May 30th 2007)
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