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Issue 3.2

Data in Architecture: Structure and Content

Architectural space is exposed to the influences of numerous stimuli, such as daylight, ambient humidity, occupants’ needs, and historical and cultural contexts, all of which substantially differ in their relative characteristics. Consequently, the detection and documentation of these stimuli may produce various materials and information through the modeling, visualizing, and analyzing of their behaviors and investigation of their effects, interactions, and respective (re)design processes. The forms of such materials can be numerical, drawing, audio, video, geospatial content, etc. These materials can be mobilized as evidence to support an argument…

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