Ornament and craft: Digital design and the profession

Christopher Knapp, Jonathan Nelson

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Abstract

Article in 'Architecture Bulletin: Digital Dialogues'
Front cover magazine colour plate, and article with additional colour plate

Extract:
Cellular Tessellation, an architectural installation developed for Vivid Sydney 2014, is a softly glowing, geometric form that responds to movement to create an ever-shifting space of pattern and light. Chris Knapp and Jonathan Nelson from Bond University discuss their involvement in the project, and its implications for digital practice and research.
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages3
JournalArchitecture Bulletin: Digital Dialogues
Publication statusPublished - 2014

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