"Vernacular architecture can be said to be 'the architectural language of the people' with its ethnic, regional and local 'dialects,'" writes Paul...

11 Vernacular Building Techniques That Are Disappearing

"Vernacular architecture can be said to be 'the architectural language of the people' with its ethnic, regional and local 'dialects,'" writes Paul...

"Floating Fields" Wins Shenzhen UABB Award And is Set to Continue Through 2016, © Thomas Chung

"Floating Fields" Wins Shenzhen UABB Award And is Set to Continue Through 2016

"Floating Fields" Wins Shenzhen UABB Award And is Set to Continue Through 2016, © Thomas Chung

Three Projects That Transform Low-Tech Materials Into Innovative Design, Top: Educational Building In Mozambique / Bergen School of Architecture Students. Middle: School Library Gando  / Kere Architecture. Bottom: Umubano Primary School / MASS Design Group

Three Projects That Transform Low-Tech Materials Into Innovative Design

Three Projects That Transform Low-Tech Materials Into Innovative Design, Top: Educational Building In Mozambique / Bergen School of Architecture Students. Middle: School Library Gando / Kere Architecture. Bottom: Umubano Primary School / MASS Design Group

Farming the City – Food as a Tool for Today's Urbanisation – Book Preview  Farming the City is about how to use food a tool for today's urbanisation by employing effective and achievable small-scale local solutions. Yes, we live in challenging times, but we do not seek to alarm or demoralise our readers. Yes, 75 per cent of us will be living in cities by 2050, and we face serious issues regarding food miles, foodprints and CO2 emissions. But many of us have heard this story too many times…

Farming the City – Food as a Tool for Today's Urbanisation – Book Preview

Farming the City – Food as a Tool for Today's Urbanisation – Book Preview Farming the City is about how to use food a tool for today's urbanisation by employing effective and achievable small-scale local solutions. Yes, we live in challenging times, but we do not seek to alarm or demoralise our readers. Yes, 75 per cent of us will be living in cities by 2050, and we face serious issues regarding food miles, foodprints and CO2 emissions. But many of us have heard this story too many times…

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