How to Design with the Animal

Announcing: “How to Design with the Animal” – the first major edition/collection of seminal texts relating to Animal Architecture is now for sale on Lulu.com. The collected writings and projects included in HDA provide the conceptual foundation for understanding Animal Architecture project, that is to say the radically inclusive ecologically responsible design-ethos for the built world.

How to Design with the Animal: Lessons in Cross-Species Architeture and Design

by Edward M. Dodington

January 2013

Announcing:  “How to Design with the Animal”  – the first major edition/collection of seminal texts relating to Animal Architecture is now for sale on Lulu.com.

The collected writings and projects included in HDA provide the conceptual foundation for understanding Animal Architecture project, that is to say the radically inclusive ecologically responsible design-ethos for the built world. This work “How to Design with the Animal” is in many ways the introduction to AnimalArchitecture.org and while much of the current work and understanding on this topic has grown and matured with the work of Animal Architecture, it’s nascent state is in these pages.

Buy your copy, in full color, from Lulu.com at the link below.

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Or you can download a pdf version (more economical) directly from scribd.

How to Design With the Animal


 

 

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