Transarchitecture

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Transarchitecture, a term coined by Markos Novak,[1]

is the branch of architectural design that embraces and explores: the bridging between virtual and material spaces, computerized and robotic manufacturing and construction techniques, interactivity and communication through media technologies, and computer based conceptualization and modeling processes. -David Nelson Rose.[2]

David Nelson Rose and the Future Arts Initiative expands this definition to include the usage of multisensory mediascape technologies to directly increase brain functions as an act of the designer strategically creating a cohesive dialogue between the observer and the injection model.[3]

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