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Technology | Architecture + Design
Volume 2: Issue 2

Editorials

Zen of Python: Principle 8
Andrzej ZarzyckiORCID iD icon, Executive Editor

Quantification and Quality in Architecture and Design
Clare OlsenORCID iD icon, Issue Editor

Op/Positions

Everything That Can Be Measured Will Be Measured
Scott Marble

Balancing Design Conjecture and Research Analytics
Martin Bechthold

Waste and Tolerance in Design and Construction
Bill Kreysler

Cyber-Physical Systems and the Built Environment
Dennis Shelden

URBOT’S Sons & Daughters: From Neutral to Nudge
Dana Buntrock and Norihisa Kawashima

Interview with Greg Lynn: Forward-Thinking Land Drones
Greg Lynn interview with Clare Olsen

Research Methodologies

Post-Occupancy Testing of Thermal Dynamics of Design-Build Residences in Tucson, Arizona
Mary Hardin

Challenges and Opportunities in Quantifying and Evaluating Building Sustainability
Joshua Kneifel and Eric O’Rear

Peer Review

Made-to-Measure: Automated Drawing and Material Craft
Scott Overall, John Paul Rysavy, Clinton Miller, William Sharples, Christopher Sharples, Sameer Kumar, Andrea Vittadini, and Victoire Saby

Climate Adaptive Volume: Solving the Motion Envelope of a Reconfigurable Cooling Aperture for Desert Climate
Dorit Aviv and Axel Kilian

The Impact of Measurement Research on Prefabrication and Modulation in SOM’s Postwar Housing and Office Buildings
Hyun-Tae Jung

Profiling Occupancy Patterns to Calibrate Urban Building Energy Models (UBEMs) Using Measured
Data Clustering
Rawad El Kontar and Tarek Rakha

Experiments Toward Hyper-Local Reverse Heat Flow Assemblies
Lars Junghans, Daniel Tish, Dustin Brugmann, Kathy Velikov, and Geoffrey Thün

From Instrument to Architecture: Environmental Models as Design Tools
Lisa Moffitt

Nature and the City: Measuring the Attention Restoration Benefits of Singapore’s Urban Vertical Greenery
Stephanie Timm, Lynne Dearborn, and Jason Pomeroy

Re/Views

Nürburgring-ing
Chris Ford, Associate Editor

Enter. Return.
Sean Anderson on
Exhibit: “Thinking Machines: Art and Design in the Computer Age, 1959–1989” 

Ulrich Dangel on
“Tall Wood Buildings: Design, Construction, and Performance”
by Michael Green and Jim Taggart

Stephanie Carlisle on
Tableau and Microsoft Power BI 

Michael Shamiyeh on
“Radical Technologies”
by Adam Greenfield

The Measure of All Things: Toward an Architecture of Information
Barry M. Katz