Guidelines for a ‘Living Architecture’

Living Architecture is not a style. It is an approach to architecture that views buildings not as mere objects, but rather as organs or organisms functioning within the highly diverse and interdependent fields of natural, social and cultural life.…
Pieter van der Ree

Spaces for Children Development

Thoughts on Architecture Suitable for Children. At the moment, day-care centres are being built everywhere. When one sees the results, the question often arises: Who was this built for?…
Martin Riker

Tasks of contemporary organic design

How can we understand new trends in contemporary architecture and society and what distinguishes the organic approach from outwardly similar phenomena? What development perspectives and challenges for organic design arise from a consideration of the contemporary situation?…
Luigi Fiumara
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