Soliciting Readers' Opinions

September 8, 2005 · by DesignIntelligence

The MP3 player, digital cameras, Blackberries, the Internet. The last 25 years have seen a myriad of new innovations. We at DesignIntelligence are asking you to submit your choices for the most important innovations that have most shaped the profession of architecture in the last 25 years and why you think so.

The MP3 player, digital cameras, Blackberries, the Internet. The last 25 years have seen a myriad of new innovations. We at DesignIntelligence are asking you to submit your choices for the most important innovations that have most shaped the profession of architecture in the last 25 years and why you think so.

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