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How behavior-aided design will transform architecture

from Common Edge

Breathing a building into life, taking it from mind to matter, was once a craft, a practiced choreography of brain-hand-eye coordination. The intermediate step was crucial. Fingers felt what eyes could not see, which helped designers find themselves when they were lost. Now pencils and X-Acto knives have been retired, and architectural design mediated. Technology is in; tactile on the way out, and in the opinion of the late Michael Graves, so too “the emotional content of a design derived from hand.” more


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