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Learning from New Orleans

By Peter Eichberger et al.
eBook (PDF), 111 Pages
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A discussion of using architecture to promote social justice, and a collection of the design work performed during this study.
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  • By Wil F
    Jan 16, 2011
    Having absolutely no education in architecture, I found this book surprisingly approachable. The authors kept analysis of current local architecture to a minimum, instead selecting and describing specific problems and offering modern solutions. (Note: I don't know if 'modern' has architectural implications, so excuse the potentially incorrect usage) Projects tend to involve the community in two ways. The first attempts to make projects accessible, positive parts of the neighborhood. The second attempts to make the neighborhood surrounding a project more open and useful to the community. I was especially surprised how smoothly the projects opened up the area around the Lower 9th ward bridge. Overall this is a great look at the work and style of some rising architects, and the connection between city planning and architecture has never been more apparent!
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Product Details

Published
September 27, 2011
Language
English
Pages
111
File Format
PDF
File Size
95.92 MB
Product ID
17353419

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