This book is very similar to Lisa Iwamoto's book on contemporary architecture and techniques. Yet, the amount of information found here is certainly not extremely plentiful, and sometimes causes the reader to wish for more description. Regardless, the breadth of projects is expansive, and there will certainly be one (or some, or all) that will catch your eye. The theme revolves around digital techniques on architectural modelling, fabricating and conceptual design. The projects do not go indepth into their process, again, the work that is shown here is slightly more than an overview rather than a profound description of the design process. Yet, despite the disparity in style and presentation amongst all the projects, the book constantly challenges our perspectives on what architecture is and what it should be. The projects here certainly provide one focused possibility on architecture in the future, the theme centered around the highly digitally-dependent modelling. There is a lot of great inspiration in this book, and certainly leads any reader interested in this field of design in the right direction.