It is highly unlikely that the big challenges posed by the current enviromental crisis may be overcome without reconciling increasingly effective technologies with the development of new ways of social life. In the face of this challenge, architecture can contribute the many valuable experiences built throughout the twentieth century. Based on this hypothesis, the articles included in this book set out to go through some of the cultural constructions regarding the relationship between architecture and climate in the context of modernity.
Softcover. 20×25 cm. Pages: 200. Language: English. BW illustrated