Book placing the Romanian contribution to NeDiMAH: architecture, landscape architecture and urbanism as digital arts

At the closure of NeDiMAH, a book was published placing the Romanian contribution into the network. Architecture, landscape architecture and urbanism are seen as part of the arts, either in their creative side of imagining the future or in the theoretical historical site of reconstructing the past. 

The announcement to the market can be read here:

Short visit Alex Dill

Mies van der Rohe pavillion for the Expo in Barcelona 1929, reconstructed
The book
discussions at book launch

Alex Dill came to return the short visit of Maria Bostenaru and launch the book the work on which started with Maria Bostenaru's short visit. The book features documentation and conservation of early 20th century buildings across Europe.