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Computers in Theory and Practice

A landmark new exhibition at the Canadian Centre for Architecture unearths the digital pasts of architects Peter Eisenman, Shoei Yoh, Frank Gehry and Chuck Hoberman. Exploring the particular story of four projects, taken together they show how the computer has radically changed architectural design for ever, argues Tim Abrahams

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