Greg Lynn and Frank Gehry discuss the Lewis House, an unbuilt residence for Peter B. Lewis in Lyndhurst, Ohio that evolved over six years from 1989 to 1995 and in the process fundamentally altered Gehry's architectural practice. This is part of the CCA multi-year research project Archaeology of the Digital, investigating the development and use of computers in architecture.
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Lack of drawings and documentation
For a project that underwent so many changes, there is a lack of documentation in the book.