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Architecting

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Architecting

Technology Architecture + Design , Volume 6 (2): 2 – Jul 3, 2022

Architecting

Abstract

124 124 Since its inaugural issue in 2017, Technology | Architecture + Design (TAD) has pur- Architecting sued its editorial mission to “advance the architecture discourse and increase potential synergies between research and practice” through a remarkable period of seemingly Chris Ford, Issue Editor significant moments in world history. Members of the TAD readership have recently Stanford University experienced or confronted a range of demonstrated problems including a global...
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Taylor & Francis
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© 2022 Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture
ISSN
2475-143x
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2475-1448
DOI
10.1080/24751448.2022.2116234
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Abstract

124 124 Since its inaugural issue in 2017, Technology | Architecture + Design (TAD) has pur- Architecting sued its editorial mission to “advance the architecture discourse and increase potential synergies between research and practice” through a remarkable period of seemingly Chris Ford, Issue Editor significant moments in world history. Members of the TAD readership have recently Stanford University experienced or confronted a range of demonstrated problems including a global health pandemic, a social reckoning, a political atrocity, natural hazard events such as wild- fires and floods, and a surprising tack by the US Supreme Court. These problems far exceed the effective extents of architecture. However, there is no better time for the discipline of architecture to remain problem oriented. Configuring and evaluating the structure of problems is a practice shared with the engineering discipline. For the better part of the last decade, I have enjoyed strad- dling the boundary between architecture and engineering to learn more about design and design methods from an alternate vector. It has been invigorating. Surprisingly, the design paradigm that emerged from Stanford University is a version developed by individuals with academic appointments primarily in mechanical engineering, and who engaged problems beyond the technical to

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Published: Jul 3, 2022

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