Architecture Inside Out

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Wiley, Apr 14, 2000 - Architecture - 144 pages
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Putting people first--an integrated approach to architecture and psychology that opens up a fresh landscape of design alternatives Introducing a different architectural approach that transcends fixed notions of style, this book emphasizes seeing and enhancing the close connections that link both architect and occupant as well as the material, symbolic, and human aspects of designed spaces. It draws from the rich realm of archetypal psychology to show how in moving from inside out--from people's activities, dreams, and desires to the creation of space--architecture can be truly transformative.

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The Animism of Architecture

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Karen A. Franck is professor and director of the PhD program in urban systems in the College of Architecture and Design at the New Jersey Institute of Technology. She continues to pursue a longtime interest in the design and use of public space. With Quentin Stevens, she coedited Loose Space: Possibility and Diversity in Urban Life (2007). She is currently writing a book with Quentin about public memorials, Spaces of Engagement (2013).

Lepori is an architect with diverse international experience who is currently workiing in Italy.

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