13 January 2012

Cognitive science leads to more metaphorical trees

The NY Times had a feature this past weekend looking at the trend in architecture that is leading to more built structures that resemble trees.  After describing several impressive projects, the author writes, "How many designers are clued in to the ongoing cognitive revolution and its potential for the built environment is unclear."  Based on the recent work I have seen, the answer appears to be "not many".

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