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  • Computer technology: A new architectural frontier 

    Albin, Andrew Wayne (1992)
    Computer technology represents a virtually unexplored medium and has brought architecture to the threshold of what could potentially be one of the greatest revolutions in its history. Precedents of all creative endeavors ...
  • Like and like 

    Mulcahy, Brendan (2005)
    The subject of Like and like is the everyday, in particular ordinary designed objects that we all come in contact with. For pragmatic reasons, they make an easier target. We all see them. They have a universal quality to ...
  • Subsidizing the arts: A democratic defense 

    Schwartz, David T. (1997)
    This dissertation defends state support of the arts as an educational public good. It begins with a critique of the traditional justification for subsidy, the appeal to cultural perfection. By challenging the perfectionist ...