How buildings learn: what happens after they're built
Like people, buildings change with age, forced to adapt to the needs of current occupations. This provocative examination of buildings that have adapted well, and some that haven't, calls for a dramatic rethinking in the way new buildings are designed, one that allows structures to grow and change easily with the environment. Photos.
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Review: How Buildings Learn: What Happens After They're BuiltUser Review - Nelson Minar - Goodreads
A fun book, documenting what changes take place in buildings after people live in them, adapt them to their needs. It's an interesting spin on architecture, looking more at how a building works for ... Read full review
Review: How Buildings Learn: What Happens After They're BuiltUser Review - Joshua Smith - Goodreads
Decent book, but it got a little too long. I didn't end up finishing it. Read full review