Projective Ecologies takes stock of contemporary ecological research and speculates on potential paths forward for design. Where is ecological theory going? What do current research trajectories suggest for future practice? How can advances in ecological modeling, social theory, and digital visualization inform more robust design thinking and production? This volume presents a range of perspectives from architects, landscape architects, scientists, theorists, and planners.
Edited by Chris Reed and Nina-Marie Lister
Actar and Harvard Graduate School of Design, 2014
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