Analogue and Digital
Digital planning has found a quite normal place in architecture today, and in many cases, analogue and digital technologies stand alongside each other on an equal footing. The projects in this issue of DETAIL are distinguished by their complex geometry. Some, like the new Jewish museum in Warsaw, would not have been possible without digital means. Others, like the MoMA Pavilion on Long Island, were implemented largely on an analogue basis. Further sections of the journal provide information on the role of digitalization in architecture, on 3D printing in building and on the subject of building information modelling (BIM).