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Author Michler, Andrew, author.

Title Hyperlocalization of architecture : contemporary sustainable archetypes / Andrew Michler.

Published Los Angeles : eEvolo Press, 2015.


Location Call No. Status
 UniM Archit  720.47 MICH    AVAILABLE
Edition First edition.
Physical description 263 pages : color illustrations ; 31 cm
Contents Introduction -- Cascadia harvests -- Japan condenses -- Germany maintains -- Denmark plays -- Spain wraps -- Mexico embeds.
Summary "The promise of environmental architecture is here. An extensive pattern is emerging, where the most innovative of contmeporary building design is a response to place. Instead of overcoming nature and supplanting cultural acumen, hyperlocal architecture embraces the comlplex intertwining of the site, people and environment. Explore firsthand howSpain Wraps commercial buildings, Japan Condenses micro homes and Australia Unfolds agressive design solutions in a climate of extremes. Journey to Cascadia, Germany, Denmark, and Mexico to witness how buildings are inspired by and challenge the potential of the places we inhabit. With some of the most renowned sustainable architectsand thinkers of our time, this ground breaking survey offers an unprecedented insight into architecture's new place in a changing climate."-Back cover.
Subject Sustainable architecture.
Sustainable design.
Variant Title [Ours] Hyperlocalization of architecture.
ISBN 1938740084 (hardback)
9781938740084 (hardback)