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Climatic Architecture: Philippe Rahm Architectes
Architecture and urbanism were traditionally based on climate and health, as we can read in the treatises of Vitruvius, Palladio or Alberti, where exposure to wind and sun, variations in temperature and humidity influenced the forms of cities and buildings....
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The fabricated landscape: Domestic, civic, territorial
The Fabricated Landscape (June 26, 2021–January 17, 2022, Heinz Architectural Center, Carnegie Museum of Art) presents projects from ten contemporary international architectural practices that are exceptionally responsive to the communities, localities, and cultures in which they are situated. This exhibition...
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Natura urbana: Ecological constellations in urban space
A study of urban nature that draws together different strands of urban ecology as well as insights derived from feminist, posthuman, and postcolonial thought.   Postindustrial transitions and changing cultures of nature have produced an unprecedented degree of fascination with...
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Climates. Habitats. Environments
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Climates. Habitats. Environments
Modeling the curatorial as a method for uniting cultural production and science, ''Climates. Habitats. Environments.'' weaves together image and text to address the global climate crisis. Through exhibitions, artworks, and essays, artists and writers transcend disciplinary boundaries and linear histories...
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L’art de greffer en architecture : Utilité et désir à l'ère de la sobriété
L'architecte Jeanne Gang explore comment la pratique horticole de la greffe peut inspirer un nouveau paradigme pour la conception durable.  Jeanne Gang propose d'appliquer la technique de culture végétale de la greffe à l'architecture et à l'urbanisme afin de repenser...
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Histories of ecological design: an unfinished cyclopedia
There have been many accounts on the history of ecology and others on the migration of ecological thought to design and architecture practice. Yet, the work of a focused and expanded history of ecological design is much needed. This book...
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Les migrations des plantes
En rassemblant textes scientifiques, artistiques, et critiques autour de la migration des plantes, cet ouvrage rejoint la discussion contemporaine entre arts et sciences : écrivains, penseurs et artistes y croisent et confrontent leurs regards en abordant des sujets tels que...
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Emerging Ecologies: Architecture and the Rise of Environmentalism
During the 1960s, as Western notions of endless progress and growth gave way to concerns over industrial pollution, resource depletion and ecological limits, attitudes toward the environment became social, political and ideological. Published to accompany the first expansive survey of...
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Critical coast. Coastal Imaginaries: Danish Pavillion, Venice Biennale 2023
'Critical Coast' is a cross-disciplinary reader that explores the ecologies and spaces of coastal landscapes, the urgencies of contemporary coastlands, and diachronic ideas about coastal futures. In continuation of the exhibition 'Coastal Imaginaries' curated by Josephine Michau in the Danish...
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Field notes on scarcity. Sharjah Architecture Triennial 2023
The scarcity of resources in all forms is commonly portrayed in a negative light. Yet these conditions—which have long been a reality in many extreme climate conditions across the global South and are increasingly becoming a global reality—often stimulate an...
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Let's Become Fungal! Mycelium Teachings and the Arts: Based on Conversations with Indigenous Wisdom Keepers, Artists, Curators, Feminists and Mycologists
The enormous popular interest in the world of fungi and the mycelium testifies to its tremendous resonance as a metaphor for new ways of thinking, new systems and behaviors. Taking its inspiration from this world, Let’s Become Fungal! looks at...
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Radical futurisms: Ecologies of collapse, chronopolitics, and justice to come
There is widespread consensus that we are living at the end—of democracy, of liberalism, of capitalism, of a healthy planet, of the Holocene, of civilization as we know it. In this book, drawing on radical futurisms and visions of justice-to-come...
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Aptitudes territoriales
"L'idée fondamentale, c'est que toute intervention n'est pas possible, souhaitable ou admissible partout. (...) Mais cette idée, que l'on peut qualifier d'écologique au sens le plus large, a mis beaucoup de temps à émerger. (...) Adopter le point de vue...
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Richard Mosse: Broken spectre
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Richard Mosse: Broken spectre
Devastation in the Amazon rainforest and the climate change it triggers tend to unfold in ways that are too vast to comprehend, too minute to perceive, and too normalised to see. In an attempt to render the scale and urgency...
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Building for change: The architecture of creative reuse
Architects are adapting existing buildings to create new spaces for a more conscious future. The urban fabric changes more slowly than our spatial needs, accelerated by digital technologies and new lifestyles. The trick for canny architects lies in an ingenious...
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Planet B: Climate change and the new sublime
Nicolas Bourriaud invites artists from all around the world to question the contemporaneity of the romantic concept of the sublime, at the age of the anthropocene.   The awareness of climate change modified our collective relation to the earth in many...
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Accumulation: The art, architecture and media of climate change.
The current epoch is one of accumulation: not only of capital but also of raw, often unruly material, from plastic in the ocean and carbon in the atmosphere to people, buildings, and cities. Alongside this material growth, image-making practices embedded...
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