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    digital- structures (dgs) were produced with an euclidean grid, vector lines that become surfaces and enveloped a virtual space
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digital- structures (dgs) are produced with an euclidean grid: vector lines that become surfaces and envelops a virtual space, a movement from grid to fold [1].
1. 'An architecture of folding is by definition an architecture of surface'...'The pleasure of the fold is that it occurs on a shared surface that has the ability to unite elements through maniputlation.' -  Notes from the ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN PROFILE No. 102 "FOLDING IN ARCHITECTURE", 1993 (P.95): Henry Cobb, First Interstate Bank Tower, A note on the Architectonics of Folding.