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  1. Places of the Soul

    2nd Edition

    By Christopher Day, Christopher Day

    Revised to incorporate the changes in opinions and attitudes since its first publication, the second edition of 'Places of the Soul' has brought Christopher Day's classic text into the 21st century.This new edition of the seminal text reminds us that true sustainable design does not simply mean...

    Published December 1st 2003 by Routledge

  2. Drifting - Architecture and Migrancy

    Edited by Stephen Cairns

    Series: Architext

    To dwell in these globalizing times requires us to negotiate increasingly palpable flows - of capital, ideas, images, goods, technology, and people. Such flows seem to pressurize, breach and sometimes even disaggregate the places we always imagined to be distinctive and stable. This book is...

    Published November 27th 2003 by Routledge

  3. Analysing Architecture

    2nd Edition

    By Simon Unwin

    Analysing Architecture offers a unique 'notebook' of architectural strategies to present an engaging introduction to elements and concepts in architectural design. Beautifully illustrated throughout with the author's original drawings, examples are drawn from across architectural history (from...

    Published September 25th 2003 by Routledge

  4. Constructing Place

    Mind and the Matter of Place-Making

    Edited by Sarah Menin

    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...

    Published September 25th 2003 by Routledge

  5. Bio-Architecture

    By Javier Senosiain

    Bio-Architecture studies the natural principles of animal and human constructions from several different perspectives, and presents a great part of the knowledge that gives origin and shape to built form. Organic architecture offers a design approach arising from natural principles, bringing us...

    Published July 23rd 2003 by Routledge

  6. The Dynamics of Delight

    Architecture and Aesthetics

    By Peter F. Smith

    Rounding off decades of exploration into the various ways in which buildings and urban sequences make an impact on the mind, The Dynamics of Delight emphasizes the qualitative aspects of form and space, providing designers with an analytical framework in which to evaluate projects on an aesthetic...

    Published July 10th 2003 by Routledge

  7. Women's Places

    Architecture and Design 1860-1960

    Edited by Brenda Martin, Penny Sparke

    What was different about the environments that women created as architects, designers and clients at a time when they were gaining increasing political and social status in a male world? Through a series of case studies, Women's Places: Architecture and Design 1860-1960, examines in detail the...

    Published July 3rd 2003 by Routledge

  8. Writing Spaces

    Discourses of Architecture, Urbanism and the Built Environment, 1960–2000

    By C. Greig Crysler

    Series: Architext

    Writing Spaces examines some of the most important discourses in spatial theory of the last four decades, and considers their impact within the built environment disciplines. The book will be a key resource for courses on critical theory in architecture, urban studies and geography, at both the...

    Published June 26th 2003 by Routledge

  9. Architecture and Nature

    Creating the American Landscape

    By Sarah Bonnemaison, Christine Macy

    Winner of the 2006 Alice Davis Hitchcock Award! The word 'nature' comes from natura, Latin for birth - as do the words nation, native and innate. But nature and nation share more than a common root, they share a common history where one term has been used to define the other. In the United States,...

    Published February 13th 2003 by Routledge

  10. Understanding Sustainable Architecture

    By Helen Bennetts, Antony Radford, Terry Williamson

    Understanding Sustainable Architecture is a review of the assumptions, beliefs, goals and bodies of knowledge that underlie the endeavour to design (more) sustainable buildings and other built developments. Much of the available advice and rhetoric about sustainable architecture begins from...

    Published October 24th 2002 by Taylor & Francis