Transportable Environments 3
Robert Kronenburg, Filiz Klassen
Taylor & Francis, Nov 25, 2005 - Architecture - 240 pages
The latest volume in this popular series of books which explores the theoretical basis for temporary and transportable structures where permanence is either not possible or desirable. The book provides insight into the wide range of uses of these structures, the varied forms they take and the concerns and ideas for future development, focusing on portability, adaptability, sustainability of the built environment, and technical innovations. A wide range of designed solutions identify and define contemporary directions in design theory and practice.
With international examples throughout, this book will be of interest and value to all those involved in the areas of building design, building component manufacture and urban design.