THE POETRY OF ARCHITECTURE

In this narrative book, the 19th century art critic and author explains why construction styles of one region should not be blindly emulated in another. He emphasises the need to adapt creation techniques to the surroundings, citing how English mansions would look disastrous in the French countryside, a point arguably relevant today too.

city 2.0: the Habitat of The Future AND How to get there, by various authors The challenges and opportunities provided by a bursting population are immense. The publication explores how towns can evolve to suit the needs of residents while maintaining the standard of living.

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