A tour de force presentation from architect/artist/ academic Lars Spuybroek, of Dutch firm NOX, exercised delegate brain cells, especially given the importance of 'vagueness', a little noted branch of philosophy which has importance in the world of digital design. 'The thing about vagueness is its precision', he noted. He also provided fascinating information on the way in which computer design had helped Gaudý with the Sagrada Familia, and the role of wool in the world of road ...
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