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    Ettore Sottsass

    R2 661,00 R3 130,00
    Ultimate monograph on influential Italian architect and designer Ettore Sottsass.

    Cape landscapes

    R3 524,00
    In 1834, Sir John Herschel, perhaps the most celebrated astronomer of his time, arrived at the Cape of Good Hope to spend four years observing the southern sky.

    Geodesign by Integrating Design and Geospatial Sciences

    R2 515,00
    Geodesign by Integrating Design and Geospatial Sciences

    Building Refurbishment for Energy Performance: A Global Approach

    R2 515,00
    This book deals with efficient methodologies aimed to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in the building sector. It offers suggestions to improve energy efficiency and includes case studies.

    Culture After Humanism: History, Culture, Subjectivity

    R3 133,00
    In a series of interlinked essays encompassing music (baroque and rock), architecture, urban planning and literature, Iain Chambers weaves together a critique of Western humanism, exploring issues of colonization and migration, language and identity.

    Hybrid Urbanism: On the Identity Discourse and the Built Environment

    R2 983,00
    Much of late 20th century urbanism demonstrates a movement toward cultural differentiation. Challenging the assumption that hybrid people create hybrid places, this book suggests that hybrid environments do not always accommodate pluralistic tendencies and introduces the concept of a "third place".

    From Synagogue to Church: The Traditional Design: Its Beginning, Its Definition, Its End

    R4 094,00
    There is evidence of a joint tradition among designers of synagogues and churches, in which Christians repeat earlier Jewish symbolism. Using rare Jewish documents, this book unravels those sacred dimensions.

    Women and Planning: Creating Gendered Realities

    R5 590,00
    The first comprehensive history and analysis of women and the planning movement, covering the philosophical, practical and policy dimensions. A central theme is how men have rewritten planning in their own image in creating modern urban space.

    Design Guide to the 1997 Uniform Building Code

    R2 535,00
    The Uniform Building Code (UBC), updated every three years, is the most widely used model building code in the United States. This book is a guide to understanding and implementing the new 1997 UBC, with particular emphasis to changes that have been adopted since the 1994 UBC guidelines.

    Of States and Cities: The Partitioning of Urban Space

    R3 240,00
    Globalization, the shape of cities, the future of cities, the increasing gap between rich and poor inhabitants, and ethnic and racial segregation, are the key themes of this book.

    Whose Public Space?

    R3 881,00
    Modern urban societies have become fragmented environments consisting of individuals. This book features theoretical accounts and case studies that address whether making public spaces more accessible can restore the social fabric of the city, highlighting key projects across the world.