Intensity morphology in landscape urbanism digitally designed projection of a historic urban condition through the lens of contemporary urban theories
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Are contemporary urban models successful in predicting the future of urban conditions? How can one design an experiment geared towards answering this question? What parameters are decisive when trying to figure out the direction and physical configuration that an urban condition is headed towards? Can Digital Design and Fabrication techniques help in generating meaningful results that can help answer the above questions?
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