Re: Architecture and Electricity

Of course you could also consider the architectural response to
architecture. That is, how has electricity altered architectural form?
There are two aspects to this question. In what ways has architectural
form been able to develop as a result of electricity? In what ways has the
inclusion of electricity as a necessary service imposed on architectural
form?


David Lee Smith, Professor of Architecture
School of Architecture and Interior Design
University of Cincinnati
Cincinnati, Ohio 45221-0016
(513) 556 5291
[email protected]
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