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Gaudi was building his Sagrada Familia chapel for over forty years, and the 828 meter Burj Dubai tower was built only over five. Before computers occupied several floors in research institute and today they can fit in the palm of your hand. Portable electronic books can store entire libraries, and nanotechnologies will enhance familiar to us things to the point beyond recognition. The speed of cultural and technological changes in our globalized world not only leads to increases in production and volumes of information, but makes many architects and designers reevaluate the creative process.

Automated production or manual labor? More or less? Fast or slow? This session is devoted to two contradicting points of view on production process and design.