[SIGCIS-Members] History of computing in architecture -- references?
fenwick.mckelvey at concordia.ca
Sun May 3 12:25:07 PDT 2020
Might I suggest Architectural Intelligence by Molly Wright Steenson: https://mitpress.mit.edu/books/architectural-intelligence
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I would suggest your student looks into the work of my CMU colleague Daniel Cardoso, a computer historian and professor of architecture. His 2015 book Builders of the Vision is an insightful history of computer-aided design. His website, with links to several relevant articles, is here: http://dcardo.com/
I have a peripheral connection with his work in reconstructing early CAD software, and last year he exhibited a reconstruction of the 1972 CISP system (by Christos Yessios) as part of an exhibit I curated on campus here in Pittsburgh.
Daniel is quite approachable, and would probably be amenable to your student reaching out to him.
On Sun, May 3, 2020 at 12:16 PM Aristotle Tympas <tympas at phs.uoa.gr<mailto:tympas at phs.uoa.gr>> wrote:
I hope all is well during this difficult period.
A graduate student who works on a thesis on the history of the introduction and use of electronic computing in architecture (focusing on hardware-software for architectural drawing/design), has asked me to help her with secondary literature on the topic. Suggestions would be very welcomed.
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