Neil Leach, David Turnbull, Chris Williams (eds.), Digital Tectonics, London: Wiley, 2004, ISBN 0470857293
This volume addresses the ways in which the computer might be help to develop the new spirit of collaboration between architects and engineers. It includes essays on topics ranging from the structural logic behind Anish Kapoor’s installation at the Tate Modern to the algorithms used to design the new glass roof to the British Museum to new programs written to generate structural form. Contributors include Cecil Balmond, Greg Lynn, Manuel DeLanda, Ben vn Berkel and Caroline Bos, Bernard Cache, Mark Goulthorpe, Lars Spuybroek, Mark Burry, Kristina Shea and Mike Cook.