The Spatial Logic of the Virtual and Its Meaning for the Real
This pioneering collection gives an overview of contemporary developments in designing video games and of the relationships such practices have established with the design of architecture. Due to their often simulatory nature, games reveal constructions of reality while positively impacting spatial ability and allowing for alternative avenues to complex topics and processes of negotiation. Granting insight into the merging of the design of real and virtual environments, this volume offers an invaluable platform for further debate.
Transformation and Reorganization of Italian Cities and Their Architecture in the Interwar Period
A Reading of the Works of Ludwig Hilberseimer
A Comparative Study in South India
The Domestic Architecture and Interior Design of Upper-Class Boston Homes, 1760-1880
Intervention and Research in Visual Culture