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Essays and works by the leaders in the field of computer-generated architectural design.

This book explores the advances in architecture made possible by digital technology. The integration of cyberspace and the built environment is producing an entirely new method of designing. The works of key architects, including Bernard Tschumi, Philip Johnson, and Togo Ito, are featured to illustrate this new method. Includes essays by Peter Eisenman, Andrew Benjamin, Peter Lunenfield, and Marcus Novah.

Stephen Perrella (New York, NY) lectures at the Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation at Columbia University. He is also the editor of the architectural newsletter Newsline, and the president of Hypersurface Systems, Inc., a World Wide Web design company.