Architectural studies boasts a wealth of material that examines the role of print, paper and other analogue media in forming and transforming architectural practice.1 While numerous titles on the significance of digital media exist (for example, Beckman, Benedikt, Perry and Hight, Poster, Castronova) that explore their impact on architectural production, no definitive analysis has yet emerged. Indeed, given the rapid pace of change and the development of new digital devices and applications, a definitive work on this topic may never be possible. We offer this chapter as a gathering of resources and a framework within which analyses may proceed. The work done on print media's effects clearly shows that medial effects go beyond architectural practice ...
Virtual Architecture, Actual Media
Virtual architecture, actual media