DOI:​10.1260/147807703322467441
Corpus ID: 110573112
New Design Methods for Computer Aided Architectural Design Methodology Teaching
H. Achten
Published 2003
Engineering

International Journal of Architectural Computing
Architects and architectural students are exploring new ways of design using Computer Aided Architectural Design software. This exploration is seldom backed up from a design methodological viewpoint… Expand
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