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The Plastic Bakery : A Case of Material Driven Design. / Majumdar, Prarthana; Karana, Elvin; Ghazal, Sabrin; Sonneveld, Marieke.

Alive Active Adaptive: International Conference on Experiential Knowledge and Emerging Materials EKSIG 2017. ed. / E. Karana; E. Giaccardi; N. Nimkulrat; K. Niedderer; S. Camere. Delft : TU Delft Open, 2017. p. 116-128.

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Harvard

Majumdar, P, Karana, E, Ghazal, S & Sonneveld, M 2017, The Plastic Bakery: A Case of Material Driven Design. in E Karana, E Giaccardi, N Nimkulrat, K Niedderer & S Camere (eds), Alive Active Adaptive: International Conference on Experiential Knowledge and Emerging Materials EKSIG 2017. TU Delft Open, Delft, pp. 116-128, EKSIG 2017 Alive Active Adaptive, Rotterdam, Netherlands, 19/06/17.

APA

Majumdar, P., Karana, E., Ghazal, S., & Sonneveld, M. (2017). The Plastic Bakery: A Case of Material Driven Design. In E. Karana, E. Giaccardi, N. Nimkulrat, K. Niedderer, & S. Camere (Eds.), Alive Active Adaptive: International Conference on Experiential Knowledge and Emerging Materials EKSIG 2017 (pp. 116-128). Delft: TU Delft Open.

Vancouver

Majumdar P, Karana E, Ghazal S, Sonneveld M. The Plastic Bakery: A Case of Material Driven Design. In Karana E, Giaccardi E, Nimkulrat N, Niedderer K, Camere S, editors, Alive Active Adaptive: International Conference on Experiential Knowledge and Emerging Materials EKSIG 2017. Delft: TU Delft Open. 2017. p. 116-128

Author

Majumdar, Prarthana ; Karana, Elvin ; Ghazal, Sabrin ; Sonneveld, Marieke. / The Plastic Bakery : A Case of Material Driven Design. Alive Active Adaptive: International Conference on Experiential Knowledge and Emerging Materials EKSIG 2017. editor / E. Karana ; E. Giaccardi ; N. Nimkulrat ; K. Niedderer ; S. Camere. Delft : TU Delft Open, 2017. pp. 116-128

BibTeX

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