Enabling Architecture and Technological Responsivity

Gonçalo Furtado, “Enabling Architecture and Technological Responsivity…” (Research 2004-2005; Report 2005, Bartlett-U.C.L.).
This relates with “… specific design propositions … . [T]o grasp the intended meaning of what is expressed by cybernetics technology in design and Price … pioneering development of a …cybernetic sensibility, an analysis in detail is previewed of a particular sequence of projects… . First, Price pioneering Fun Palace, in collaboration with the Cybernetic Committee directed by Gordon Pask, based on the first order ideas of control and feedback; second the Generator project, in collaboration with John Frazer, which advanced intelligence response; and finally Japan Net…”

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