Since the first personal computers were introduced in the late 1980s, generations of architects have experimented with the potential to design with the digital medium. Architects today use a variety of programs not only to draw, but also to model, calculate, and even program their buildings. By connecting what they design to computer assisted modeling and manufacturing, they can make anything they can imagine.

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Digital Architecture as Narrative Art

Aaron Betsky

Critic of Art

Architecture and Design

Lucas Museum of Narrative Art