Design for Behaviour Change explores a social and organizational phenomenon that has been driven by changes in technology, society and the world economy. The book describes the various psychological and design tools that are useful in planning, facilitating and understanding behaviour change and provides detailed case studies from the perspectives
'An extraordinary achievement . . . gripping, grim and witty' Robert MacFarlane
'A kind of apocalyptic Super Size Me, in which the author force feeds himself a steady diet of paranoia, conspiracy, eschatology and end-times architecture' The Guardian
Today, the bunker has become the extreme expression of our greatest fears: from pandemics to climate change and nuclear war. And once you look, it doesn't take long to start seeing bunkers everywhere.
In Bunker, acclaimed urban explorer and c
Discover the architectural gems that are Britain's 100 Best Railway Stations in this Sunday Times top 10 bestseller
'This is a cracker . . . a beautiful book' Chris Evans
It is the scene for our hopeful beginnings and our intended ends, and the timeless experiences of coming and going, meeting, greeting and parting. It is an institution with its own rituals and priests, and a long-neglected aspect of Britain's architecture. And yet so little do we look at the railway station.
Simon Jenkins h
Biomimicry in Architecture is a comprehensive guide to how the natural world can be a source of inspiration for architects and designers alike. Topics covered include structures, materials, waste, water, thermal control, light and energy.
In this wonderfully original, intensely personal yet deeply analytical work, Carli Coetzee argues that difference and disagreement can be forms of activism to bring about social change, inside and outside the teaching environment.
Learn Revit Architecture with an engaging, real-world continuous step-by-step tutorial This Autodesk Official Press book helps you become proficient with Autodesk's popular building information modeling software using an innovative continuous tutorial.
An integral part of the renowned beauty of South Africa's Southwestern Cape are the Cape Dutch houses that date back 200 to 300 years. This historical and photographic record explores 150 old houses, paying tribute to the architects and craftsmen who created them.
Quality of life, a healthy environment and sound development are closely linked. By considering environmental factors at all stages of the planning, design and development process, living conditions in settlements and housing programmes can be significantly improved.