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A manual for a new age

Computer-assisted manufacture has already come a long way, but it may well become indispensable in the next decade When most architects think of computer-aided manufacture (CAM), they probably think of Frank Gehry's lumpen Bilbao Guggenheim and its double-curved surface skins. I suspect they also think of indulgent clients, huge budgets, star architects and massive fabricating factories.

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