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Issue 1.1

A Post-Digital Architectural Research Agenda to Address 21st Century Challenges

In 1995, Mitchell and McCullough posed the question, “What was computer-aided design?” as a provocation that a future generation of designers would have forgotten that design methods other than computationally based ones ever existed.1 Arguably, that time has arrived. In developed countries, many current architecture students rely almost exclusively upon digital methods—they use computers to take notes, photograph, sketch, devise complex forms, produce design documentation, write, create images and videos of their designs, communicate with collaborators and instructors, and estimate performance to guide their design decisions…

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