Earth to spirit

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Chronicle Books, May 1, 1995 - Architecture - 159 pages
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With camera in hand, Pearson has traveled the globe, finding glimmers of hope in a rich array of both ancient and modern architecture. His journey spans the history of architecture, leading us back in time to some of the earliest structures fashioned by humanity; to enduring traditional dwellings such as yurts and tipis; and, finally, to contemporary buildings that display a new sensibility to nature. His remarkable photographs reveal how we can integrate architecture into both our lives and our landscapes by combining the innate wisdom of ecology with a concern for health and spiritual awareness.

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Continuing in the tradition of Pearson's best-selling The Natural House Book (LJ 11/15/89), this New Age approach to eco-architecture touts a variety of "environmentally clean" and "spiritually ... Read full review


ONE Ancestral Archetypes
TWO Healing Architecture

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Pearson is an architect-planner.