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Theorizing Built Form and Culture

The Legacy of Amos Rapoport

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"A must-read for anyone interested in the complex ways in which people interrelate to their built environments, Theorizing Built Form and Culture is a welcome tribute to the enduring legacy of one of the eminent architectural theorists of the second half of the twentieth century."

Marcel Vellinga, Professor of Anthropology of Architecture, Oxford Brookes University

"This collection provides an exhilarating synthesis of the intellectual legacy of Amos Rapoport, one of the most essential architectural theorists of the twentieth century. It offers a timely, provocative invitation to leverage this work for addressing twenty-first century challenges such as housing diversity, inclusive urbanization and decolonizing pedagogies and practices."

Keith Diaz Moore, Ph.D., AIA, Associate Provost, Institutional Design & Strategy and Director, Design Institute for Health & Resilience, University of Utah

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Forlag
Taylor & Francis Ltd
Språk
Engelsk
ISBN
9781003856498
Utgivelsesår
2024

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"A must-read for anyone interested in the complex ways in which people interrelate to their built environments, Theorizing Built Form and Culture is a welcome tribute to the enduring legacy of one of the eminent architectural theorists of the second half of the twentieth century."

Marcel Vellinga, Professor of Anthropology of Architecture, Oxford Brookes University

"This collection provides an exhilarating synthesis of the intellectual legacy of Amos Rapoport, one of the most essential architectural theorists of the twentieth century. It offers a timely, provocative invitation to leverage this work for addressing twenty-first century challenges such as housing diversity, inclusive urbanization and decolonizing pedagogies and practices."

Keith Diaz Moore, Ph.D., AIA, Associate Provost, Institutional Design & Strategy and Director, Design Institute for Health & Resilience, University of Utah

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