Architecture is a Social Act
Good architecture is no longer about simply designing buildings, but about meeting head-on the forces that are shaping today's world. Architecture is a Social Act addresses how the discipline can be used as a tool to engage in politics, economics, aesthetics, and smart growth by promoting social equity, human interaction, and cultural evolution. This book features 28 projects drawn from across LOHA's nearly 30-year history, a selection that underscores the direct connection between the development of consciously designed buildings and wider efforts to tackle issues that are relevant in a rapidly changing world.
Author Greg Goldin, Sinéad Finnerty-Pyne
Category Architecture Books