Architecture in the Anthropocene
by Etienne Turpin (ed.)
Publisher: Open Humanities Press 2013
Number of pages: 264
This volume brings together a provocative series of essays, conversations, and design proposals that attempt to intensify the potential of the multidisciplinary discourse developing in response to the Anthropocene thesis for contemporary architecture scholarship and practice.
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