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Christopher Alexander: Patterns in Architecture

Christopher Alexander

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A trans-coded gem from the VHS library at the University of Michigan school of Art & Architecture. Christopher Alexander gives a three-part talk to object-oriented programming enthusiasts in Southern California back in 1996, and the perspectives he lends on generating living structures and making things be good are an inspiration to our work at The Understanding Group. We hope it inspires you too. (Warning: it’s a 648 MB download!)

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