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Inside the Designer: Understanding imagining in spatial design. By Marisha McAuliffe
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Design is fundamental to our modern world. All human achievements, great and small, owe their being, in no small measure, to the concept of design. Whether it is in social and technological... More > innovations, great human endeavours, building and construction projects or simply the environ and desire of the individual, design has been there. But a question remains: what goes on inside the designer’s head? For many decades now researchers, philosophers and academics have pondered this question. In this book Dr. Marisha McAuliffe focuses on the notions of imagining and design to interrogate such a question. In this book McAuliffe’s outlines her seminal work, as a design practitioner and academic over many years, to expand our understanding of imagining in the spatial design disciplines of architecture and interior design. This book is compulsive reading for the design professional, the student of design and those who have pondered, what goes on inside the designer’s head?< Less
Visionary Landscapes By Imaginative Pencil
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This exclusive coffee table style book features the pencil work of renowned artist Justin Michael Jenkins. Over 30 artist favorites are included in this Volume 1 edition including his well known... More > chess collection that has been published worldwide by Frederic Friedel. We collected numerous sources from around the world with regard to the style and approach of Justin Michael Jenkins and organized the book in such a way as to portray each drawing from various perspectives and also do a complete analytical review of the entire range of thought behind all the works. The goal of this exclusive edition is to give hidden insights that would otherwise go unnoticed by many viewers and create a collection of reviews and critiques by selected artists and scholars with a large portion of the deeper understanding coming from the artist himself. Published by Imaginative Pencil Publishing. 160 pages and full color.< Less
The Curse of The Seven Sins: Rose in Lazytown -Paperback- By Team Imagination
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"The Curse Of The Seven Sins: Rose in Lazytown" is a book for children that contains a learning experience. The story tells something about the outcome and problems of being lazy. The kid... More > will understand that laziness is not desirable. The book is beautifully illustrated by the dutch artist Roos Holleman and written by Oliver Fricke, Gertjan Vijge, Niels de Jong and Coco Hermans. Once upon a time there was a girl called Rose, she lived in the kingdom Cadmonson. Together with Kenny the chameleon, she experienced many adventures. But one day, everything changed. Rose's father got ill and Rose and Kenny went looking for medicines in the city. But nobody was doing anything and the town was neglected. The city appeared to be cursed! Rose met Steven the postman. Steven was the only one who was not cursed and they decided together to break the curse so they could get the medicine for father. But will the three friends be able to break this curse...?< Less
The Curse of The Seven Sins: Rose in Lazytown -Paperback- By Team Imagination
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"The Curse Of The Seven Sins: Rose in Lazytown" is a book for children that contains a learning experience. The story tells something about the outcome and problems of being lazy. The kid... More > will understand that laziness is not desirable. The book is beautifully illustrated by the dutch artist Roos Holleman and written by Oliver Fricke, Gertjan Vijge, Niels de Jong and Coco Hermans. Once upon a time there was a girl called Rose, she lived in the kingdom Cadmonson. Together with Kenny the chameleon, she experienced many adventures. But one day, everything changed. Rose's father got ill and Rose and Kenny went looking for medicines in the city. But nobody was doing anything and the town was neglected. The city appeared to be cursed! Rose met Steven the postman. Steven was the only one who was not cursed and they decided together to break the curse so they could get the medicine for father. But will the three friends be able to break this curse...?< Less
The Curse Of The Seven Sins: Rose in Lazytown By Team Imagination
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"The Curse Of The Seven Sins: Rose in Lazytown" is a book for children(age 6-10) that contains a learning experience. The story tells something about the outcome and problems of being lazy.... More > The kid will understand that laziness is not desirable. The book is beautifully illustrated by the dutch artist Roos Holleman and written by Oliver Fricke, Gertjan Vijge, Niels de Jong and Coco Hermans. Once upon a time there was a girl called Rose, she lived in the kingdom Cadmonson. Together with Kenny the chameleon, she experienced many adventures. But one day, everything changed. Rose's father got ill and Rose and Kenny went looking for medicines in the city. But nobody was doing anything and the town was neglected. The city appeared to be cursed! Rose met Steven the postman. Steven was the only one who was not cursed and they decided together to break the curse so they could get the medicine for father. But will the three friends be able to break this curse...?< Less
The Curse Of The Seven Sins: Rose in Lazytown By Team Imagination
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"The Curse Of The Seven Sins: Rose in Lazytown" is a book for children(age 6-10) that contains a learning experience. The story tells something about the outcome and problems of being lazy.... More > The kid will understand that laziness is not desirable. The book is beautifully illustrated by the dutch artist Roos Holleman and written by Oliver Fricke, Gertjan Vijge, Niels de Jong and Coco Hermans. Once upon a time there was a girl called Rose, she lived in the kingdom Cadmonson. Together with Kenny the chameleon, she experienced many adventures. But one day, everything changed. Rose's father got ill and Rose and Kenny went looking for medicines in the city. But nobody was doing anything and the town was neglected. The city appeared to be cursed! Rose met Steven the postman. Steven was the only one who was not cursed and they decided together to break the curse so they could get the medicine for father. But will the three friends be able to break this curse...?< Less
Real Imagination By Jamie Marc Drummond
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Real Imagination Is a way to describe how everything we experience, both externally, through our senses and internally, through our imagination takes place entirely within our own mind. Emotions... More > are intangible things, caused by external stimuli that is received and personally interpreted inside the individuals mind. Yet these feelings have a very real effect on our behaviour. From this we see that through stimulation of our imagination comes our human perception of the world and what we experience and perceive in the here and now is as authentic as it is ever going to get for us... Or is it? This book explores how the external world can fool us, revealing how our brains interpret our senses. It assesses how our minds are governed by subconscious internal processes and how bizarre our sense of “reality” can become, it then investigates some of the ideas that attempt to shape an understanding of our place in the universe and all of existence.< Less
Imagine Devon By Arijit Sen
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ImagineDevon is an urban design studio offered by the School of Architecture and Urban Planning (SARUP), University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. This studio and related support courses contribute to the... More > Buildings-Landscapes-Cultures initiative (BLC) between University of Wisconsin Milwaukee and Madison focusing on the study of the cultural landscapes of the Upper Midwest within a global perspective. Seven students enrolled in this elective studio studied how the physical and social environment along Devon Avenue, Chicago sustained multiple immigrant cultures. In addition to ethnographic research, students also compiled archival and population data from Chicago-area depositories. Understanding how the physical environment accommodated social diversity and mixed-use neighborhoods allowed the students to develop their vision and interventions for this street over a sixty-year period.< Less
Imagine Devon By Arijit Sen
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ImagineDevon is an urban design studio offered by the School of Architecture and Urban Planning (SARUP), University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. This studio and related support courses contribute to the... More > Buildings-Landscapes-Cultures initiative (BLC) between University of Wisconsin Milwaukee and Madison focusing on the study of the cultural landscapes of the Upper Midwest within a global perspective. Seven students enrolled in this elective studio studied how the physical and social environment along Devon Avenue, Chicago sustained multiple immigrant cultures. In addition to ethnographic research, students also compiled archival and population data from Chicago-area depositories. Understanding how the physical environment accommodated social diversity and mixed-use neighborhoods allowed the students to develop their vision and interventions for this street over a sixty-year period.< Less
Imaginative Perspectives and Ecopsychological Insights By Tiffany Twain
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This collection of Earth Manifesto essays contains some of the most entertaining ideas and philosophical explorations in the entire manifesto. The essay Tall Tales, Provocative Parables, Luminous... More > Clarity and Evocative Truths: A Modern Log from the Sea of Cortez is about a fun trip made with seven sexy gals friends afloat on a catamaran sailboat on the Sea of Cortez. It contains some deep thoughts about biology, geology, evolution, politics and philosophy. Tyrants and Damsels continues in this vein, starting with an examination of the evolutionary marriage of fungi and algae in lichens, of all things, and then explores a variety of important ideas that are important in the world today. Inspiration, Imagination and the Deep Well of Human Impulses looks into the marvelous motives behind creative writers like John Steinbeck and Jack London. Dante's Divine Comedy is also explored, and RAPTURE MANIA, and various Mississippi River Reflections. Dr. Tiffany B. Twain< Less