This book explores the history, development, design and practicalities of multifaith spaces. From early shared religious buildings to shared spaces of modern secular locations, the book looks at the architectural, theological, social, legal and practical complexities that arise from the development and use of such spaces.
"How to Make a House a Home is more than just a stylish design book--Ariel Kaye, the founder of Parachute Home (the Madewell of home stores), teaches you how to design a home that's not only beautiful, but mindful, functional, and nurturing"--
The eagerly anticipated follow-up to the international sensation Cabin Porn
Initially created by a group of friends as an online scrapbook, Cabin Porn became a phenomenon following the publication of the first volume of photographs of hand-made homes in breathtaking natural landscapes around the world.
This new book delves deeper into the best-loved homes featured on the blog over the last ten years, offering close-ups of the stunning architecture and interior design that make them truly rem
This book is designed not only to assist in the teaching of architecture, but also to aid others who are interested in the field. Researchers and practitioners in disciplines such as anthropology, archaeology, culture studies and building science will find it a valuable addition to their libraries.
Hidden Johannesburg offers a snapshot of 28 notable buildings. From the stately mansions of the Randlords to their downtown headquarters, the clubs where they socialised and the churches where they worshipped, the architecture of early Johannesburg lives on in sandstone, granite, marble and slate.
Now revised, this book takes a unique look ‘inside’ 29 of Cape Town’s most notable buildings. If you have ever wondered what lies behind an interesting facade, or wished you could peek behind a closed door, Hidden Cape Town is the book for you.
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.
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.