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Hypernatural Landscapes for Future Generations
Hypernatural Landscapes for Future Generations _ Phil Roberts
Nature and people coexist seamlessly only when human intervention creates hypernatural landscapes that preserve the environment. Though made by humans, these landscapes have been helped along by architecture, with subtle nudges and energetic boosts.
Furthermore, each project finds ways to reclaim the history of the site’s biology, to bring into the present natural realities that were once forgotten, and to give back to the Earth more than what was taken.
Community Markets: Links in Civilization
Community Markets: Links in Civilization _ Herbert Wright
The local market hall is a key architectural typology. Its function extends beyond merely offering a forum in which food producers and consumers can trade. It can be considered as a community service, playing a role in defining communities.
How can a market assert local identity? The answers emerge in our survey. Beyond the answers lie deeper questions that touch on human interaction, urban communities, and the planetary ecosystem.