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Issue 2.2

Everything That Can Be Measured Will Be Measured

If the first phase of architecture’s engagement with digital technologies focused on form (roughly the early 1990s to the early 2000s) and the second phase focused on fabrication, (roughly the early 2000s to the early 2010s), then the current phase is focused on data. Data, both simulated from models and captured from actual use, has become the fuel that is driving what promises to be data-rich, integrated design-build-measure-assess-respond workflows that are redefining how buildings and cities are conceived, designed, and operated…

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