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AFDR| Architecture For Disaster Relief discusses the definition of the role of the architect, specifically focused on the aspects of digital technology regarding research for production for long-duration architecture solutions. The aim is to re-settle post natural disaster environments through digital driven design methodologies and robotic production technologies. These new technologies and research-methodologies also requires the users (inhabitants) to be involved in the design and building process, therefore re-defining the role of the architect and possibly the tectonic culture of architecture.

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