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Issue 4.2

Manufacturing Architecture: An Architect's Guide to Custom Processes, Materials, and Applications

A reference to custom repetitive manufacturing for architects, Dana K. Gulling’s Manufacturing Architecture: An Architect’s Guide to Custom Processes, Materials, and Applications forefronts the procedures underlying fabrication and assembly in contemporary architectural production. The book makes accessible a body of knowledge particular to specialized trades not duly recognized, or obscured by anonymity, in the making of an architectural work. With a focus on processes arising from the methods and techniques leveraged by digital tools and workflows, including Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAM) technologies and Computer Numerical Control (CNC) equipment, Manufacturing Architecture provides a critical and comprehensive guide to manufacturing as a scalable practice, with particular focus on the repetitive custom production of architectural components and parts…

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