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Customizing mass housing: toward a formalized approach

José Pinto Duarte

José Pinto Duarte is the Stuckeman Chair in Design Innovation and Director of the Stuckeman Center for Design Computing (SCDC) at Penn State, USA. Duarte holds a professional degree in architecture from the Technical University of Lisbon and after obtaining master’s and doctoral degrees from MIT on the mass customization of housing, he returned to Portugal where he helped launch technology-oriented architecture programs and digital fabrication labs. Duarte served as Dean of the Faculty of Architecture at the University of Lisbon, as well as president of eCAADe, a European association devoted to education and research in computer-aided architectural design. Duarte’s work displays a record of uniting academic research and industry and fostering multi-national partnerships. He created the Design and Computation research group at the University of Lisbon, devoted to interdisciplinary and collaborative research, and helped establish the MIT–Portugal program. His research focuses on the use of computation and AI to support context-sensitive design across different scales. In 2008 he was awarded the TU Lisbon/Santander Prize for research excellence in architecture. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Mass customization and design democratization

Routledge, 2019

Book chapter

... CUSTOMIZING MASS HOUSING: TOWARD A FORMALIZED APPROACH JOSÉ PINTO DUARTE Duarte.indd 2018--04 5:08 PM Hierarchical structure of the design world. This chapter describes a framework for developing follows the idea that there must...

The Regency Transformation of Burlington House, Piccadilly

The Georgian London Town House : Building, Collecting and Display

Bloomsbury Visual Arts, 2019

Book chapter

...In 1818, the architect Samuel Ware completed his extensive three-year redesign of Burlington House in London’s Piccadilly for the new tenant-owner, Lord George Cavendish. Three years later, Ware returned to create the Burlington Arcade...

‘You never saw such a scene of magnificence and taste’

The Georgian London Town House : Building, Collecting and Display

Bloomsbury Visual Arts, 2019

Book chapter

...“You never saw such a scene of taste of magnificence” wrote Horace Walpole in 1756, after attending the party held by the Duke and Duchess of Norfolk to mark the opening of the newly refurbished interiors at Norfolk House. While other...

‘A Sumptuous Pile of Building’: Remaking the Sights and Spaces of the House

Jocelyn Anderson

Jocelyn Anderson is a Toronto-based art historian specializing in 18th century British art and architecture. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Touring and Publicizing England’s Country Houses in the Long Eighteenth Century

Bloomsbury Academic, 2018

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...East Riding Archives and Local Studies, ERALS DDHI/58/19/4, ‘England and Scotland Journal of Sir Robert D’Arcy Hildyard’, 1781–83 (1781). The phrase in the chapter title is from Staffordshire Record Office, D(W)1778/V/1110, ‘Journal...

A House Divided

The Georgian London Town House : Building, Collecting and Display

Bloomsbury Visual Arts, 2019

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...Accounts of London’s West End in the eighteenth century often place it at the forefront of urban improvement. However, scholarship on this subject has been largely formed without reference to the detailed architectural evidence. The same...