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SYSTEMA SPECIAL ISSUE
CODE, CULTURE AND TECHNOLOGY AT THE CONVERGENCE

Guest Editor: Liss C. Werner
Editor: David Rousseau
Systema Special Issue Vol 3, No 2 – 2015
ISSN 2305-6991
Systema is part of the Public Knowledge Project – Open Journal System

ARCHITECTIURAL ECOLOGIES: CODE, CULTURE AND TECHNOLOGY AT THE CONVERGENCE
Keywords: ecologies; architecture; culture; design; cultural transformation

Abstract
This special issue of ‘Systema’, presents eight contributions to the track “Architectural Ecologies: Code, Culture and Technology at the Convergence’ at the European Meetings on Cybernetics and Systems research (EMCSR) 2014 in Vienna. It describes one starting point of conversations about habitat, design, decision-making and digital operations from a variety of perspectives developed by architects and researchers working in the digital and computational paradigm. The issue aims at tackling the obvious disappearance of discipline specific boundaries in favor of novel systemic understanding of architecture, her becoming into being and cultural transformation.


Contributions:

De-Coding Architecture: From Ecoinduction to Computation by Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa
Urban Ontological Systems by Jeffrey Scott Nesbit
Actuating Auto(poiesis) by Emmanouil Zaroukas and Timothy Ireland
The Computation of Digital Phenotypes by Ali Farzaneh
Data-Driven Architectural Design to Production and Operation by Henriette Bier, Sina Mostafavi
Deciding Architecture: a Framework for the Definition of a Temporary Autonomous Architecture by Lila PanahiKazemi, Andrea Rossi
Stigmergy-based parasitic strategies in architectural design for the transformation of existing heritage by Paolo Alborghetti, Alessio Erioli
An experimental approach towards Architectural Ecologies by Rachel Armstrong

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