Designing-in performance: A framework for evolutionary energy performance feedback in early stage design School of Architecture, University of Southern California, Watt Hall 204, Los Angeles, CA 90089, USA Accepted 13 October 2013, Available online 1 December 2013 Choose an option to locate/access this article: Show more Show less http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.autcon.2013.10.007 Designing-in performance: A framework for evolutionary energy performance feedback in early stage design
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Monographs Neil Leach, Camouflage, Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press, 2006 Neil Leach, Forget Heidegger, Bucharest: Paideia, 2006 Neil Leach, China, Hong Kong: Map Books, 2004 Neil Leach, Millennium Culture, London: Ellipsis, 1999 Neil Leach, The Anaesthetics of Architecture, Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press, 1999, 101 pp. Books « neil leach.com Books « neil leach.com
The style war continues | The Critics Patrik Schumacher, director of Zaha Hadid Architects and evangelist for Parametricism has released volume one of his magnum opus. Steve Parnell gets stuck in The Autopoiesis of Architecture, by Patrik Schumacher. John Wiley & Sons, volume 1, Dec 2010, £29.99 In the deliberately provocative piece that Patrik Schumacher wrote for the AJ last year, ‘Let the style wars begin’ (AJ 06.05.10), he declared war. The style war continues | The Critics
Style and the Pretense of 'Parametric' Architecture
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The Autopoiesis of Architecture dissected, discussed and decoded | Essays | Architectural Review The Autopoiesis of Architecture dissected, discussed and decoded | Essays | Architectural Review 4 March 2011 | By Peter Buchanan In the autopoiesis of architecture, Patrik Schumacher introduces a new unifying theory of architecture. Peter Buchanan decodes, dissects and weighs up Schumacher’s arguments Architectural criticism, culture and campaigning - join the global architectural community - subscribe today. You’ll get instant access to this article and 20,000 others like it.
A (belated) guide to the Autopoiesis of Architecture A (belated) guide to the Autopoiesis of Architecture About a year ago Patrik Schumacher's 'Autopoiesis of Architecture' was released. I read it and reviewed it for Icon here. What I also started doing was writing a detailed review, with the rationale that a work so ambitious needed at least to be given a proper look. The problem is, however, that I never managed to finish the bloody thing, being a) just a mere mortal, not a Herculean near-god like Patrik, and b) really bloody busy.