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Process Innovation

Abstract

If the late twentieth-century architectural canon was defined by its portrayal as a solo act, the early twenty-first is on a trajectory to usurp this representation. The processes by which architectural works are created are becoming increasingly innovative and diverse, reaching beyond the boundaries of the profession, eschewing the traditional client-practitioner-consultant team structure to include interdisciplinary researchers and academic specialists.

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