Constructing Place: Mind and the Matter of Place-Making
Taylor & Francis, Sep 25, 2003 - Architecture - 352 pages
This book is a cutting edge study examining the attitudes to both nature and the built environment of the designer, the client and the society in which an intervention (be it architecture, landscape design or a piece of art) is made. The legacy of the Modernist view of nature and the environment is also addressed, and the degree to which such ideas continue to impinge on contemporary interventions is assessed.
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