Is computer programming beneficial to architects and architecture students for complex modeling and informed performative design decisions?
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Computer programming for Architecture
Computer coding for Architecture
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Labib, Rania (2017). Is computer programming beneficial to architects and architecture students for complex modeling and informed performative design decisions?. 12th Advanced Building Skins Conference. Available electronically from
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