DOI: https://doi.org/10.15581/014.20.12-21

Architecture as Nature

 -Irénée Scalbert


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Architecture is in need of a global theory, a theory capable to explain architecture in the context of the whole earth. Against the backdrop of a looming ecological crisis that forces architects to reconsider once again the relationship between nature and culture, Scalbert explores a sweeping set of references ranging from architectural history, literature, science, geography or vernacular studies, all in an effort to set the parameters for a contemporary conversation that may reinvigorate once again the way in which architects take on nature as an intrinsic and necessary part of their work.

Palabras clave

Nature; Architecture; Culture; Ecological Crisis; Sustainability


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Irénée Scalbert e-mail (Inicie sesión)

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