How Buildings Learn

What Happens After They're Built

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This book on buildings asks the question why so many buildings punish and restrict us because almost none of them adapt well. In real use, buildings need to adapt because their uses are constantly changing. All buildings are predictions, and yet more ...Continua
Ha scritto il 29/08/13
Great book on the relationship between people, places and things (in this case: buildings). The anthropological side is analyzed just like the architectural one and this is what makes this book a great book. And by the way, Brand's observations are a ...Continua
Ha scritto il 01/12/08
It took a little while to get into this, but once I did, I absolutely loved it. Although Brand writes about buildings, virtually every bit of his argument can be applied to other systems inhabited by people. It is a manifesto for adaptive design. It ...Continua
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