Architectural design. Design through Making – July/August 2005
English | 143 pages | PDF | 9.4 Mb
Most architects who build do not make buildings; they make information that makes buildings. Making buildings requires acquiring knowledge not only of the world of information exchange, but also of the world of making things. It is an expertise that goes beyond the architectural drawing, and an expertise that many designers cannot claim to fully possess or practise.
Design through Making is not only directed at architects, but also at engineers, educators, fabricators, machine operators and anyone with an interest in the manifestation of ideas.