Is Circularity a Measure for Complexity in Architecture?

Sorguç, Arzu
Kruşa Yemişcioğlu, Müge
NEXTBUILT 2022: International conference on Challenges for the Next generation Built environment


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A. Sorguç and M. Kruşa Yemişcioğlu, “Is Circularity a Measure for Complexity in Architecture?,” presented at the NEXTBUILT 2022: International conference on Challenges for the Next generation Built environment, Bologna, İtalya, 2022, Accessed: 00, 2022. [Online]. Available: