CAAD Futures 1997: Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Computer Aided Architectural Design Futures Held in Munich, Germany, 4-6 August 1997
Since the establishment of the CAAD futures Foundation in 1985 CAAD experts from all over the world meet every two years to present and at the same time document the state of the art research in Computer Aided Architectural Design. The history of CAAD futures started in the Netherlands at the Technical Universities of Eindhoven and Delft, where the CAAD futures Foundation came into being. Then CAAD futures crossed the oceans for the first time, the third CAAD futures was held in '89 at Harvard University. The next stations in the evolution were in '91 at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH), Zurich, in '93 the conference was organized by Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh and in '95 by National University Singapore. CAAD futures '95 marked the world-wide nature by organizing it for the first time in Asia.
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