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This issue of "Architectural Design" features and explores architectural and urban design projects which derive from non-Euclidean geometries. In basic terms this is using a geometry without boundaries - shapes and architectural drawings which often can only be plotted on computer and then applied to architecture. The text develops the "folding in architecture" theme of previous issues, and offers many computer generated images which demonstrate their interpretation of architecture "after" geometry.