Instrumental Analogy

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Conference Proceeding
Association of Architecture Schools of Australasia Annual Conference (AASA), 2007, pp. 1 - 8
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The scalar mediation of the object through the space of representation ensures design methodologies based on similitude or procedural techniques must initially work upon appropriated forms. Given that translation ensures that these forms remain as a trace the architectural object is implicitly reliant on the application of analogy. While still bound to the act of drawing in, on or through the digital distinguishes itself from the explicit appropriation of forms and techniques typical of pre-digital design methodologies because analogy is more than re-presention.
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