The Green Imperative: Natural Design for the Real World

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Thames and Hudson, 1995 - Design - 256 pages
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The bestselling author of Design for the Real World points out the accelerating pollution, waste, alienation, and destruction taking place in the world, and calls for a new awareness on the part of architects and designers as well as direct participation from consumers in exploring ways to live in harmony instead of conflict with nature. 152 illustrations, 46 in color.

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Review: The Green Imperative: Ecology and Ethics in Design and Architecture

User Review  - William - Goodreads

Great design and architecture. Read full review

Review: The Green Imperative: Ecology and Ethics in Design and Architecture

User Review  - Derek - Goodreads

A good book on the need to change the way we design the entire spectrum of human artifacts, from buildings to automobiles to snackbars. Papanek discusses how product design should go far beyond ... Read full review

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