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everyday life (we also focus on technological tendencies and possible
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ZMG: ('Zona Metropolitana de Guadalajara'; Guadalajara's
Metropolitan District) everything regarding Sandro Alberti's doctoral
thesis ('Towards a Virtual Representation of Guadalajara'), at this external
link to the ZMG-axis.
Other articles on
architecture may be found at the WA/SA-Aloha8
database. WA/SA-Aloha8 is a fen-om-generated fiction that serves to
inform you about architectural elements 'close' to Sandro Alberti's professional
practice in Los Angeles, CA [written reviews, city-hall regulations, required
knowledge for architectural certification, interesting architectural elements,
etc.]. Within the entire compendium, the reviews of LA-architecture events
may be found here.