Taking Shape: A New Contract Between Architecture and Nature



Taking Shape: A New Contract Between Architecture and Nature
Publisher: Architectural Press | ISBN: 0750649488 | edition 2001 | File type: PDF | 240 pages | 10,4 mb

'Taking Shape' explores the evolution of scientific and academic theories that have resulted in the concept of sustainability. Susannah Hagan uses this as a basis to argue for developments in the future and argues that these theories are not 'just an intellectual and aesthetic regression' as they are often perceived to be.

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