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Towards a Media Architecture: An inquiry into the convergencies of constructed space and screen-based media

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Towards a Media Architecture : An inquiry into the convergencies of constructed space and screen-based media. / Ebsen, Tobias.

106 p. 2010, Master's thesis.

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