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VIRAL asks whether architecture is once again on the threshold of significant changes in the material, technical and procedural context of design. Our current issue explores the way information technologies are transforming how buildings are designed, constructed, delivered, occupied and assessed.

Why TAD?
Discourse on technology and design is necessary and vital in our contemporary context of environmental crisis,...
Overcoming HTTP404
When Kurt Gödel proposed the Incompleteness Theorem in 1931, it did not catch the popular imagination to the same...
Loci of Disruptiveness: Reflections on Ethics at the Dawn of the Technocene
The task is unnerving. To write a polemical article on technology and its potential forthcoming impact is an intimidating...
Cities of Clarified Energy: Houston and Palo Alto
Tesla and Solar City launched the second installment of their home battery and integrated inverter known as Powerwall...
Cities of Clarified Energy: Houston and Palo Alto
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...
In Service
As an architectural historian interested in issues of building performance, engineering, and integrated practice,...
In Service