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Christopher Alexander and Salingaros have moved past the limited philosophical tools of phenomenology to derive evidence-based results. Lists with This Book. Carter rated it really liked it Niikos 29, These arguments are now being adopted and supplemented by a group of architects applying biophiliaa term coined by Edward Osborne A theory of architecture nikos salingaros to describe an intrinsic, genetic predisposition of human beings towards structures found in other living objects such as animals and plants.
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The Architecture of Happiness Alain nkios Botton. Salingaros explores ways to clarify and formalize our understanding of aesthetic forms in the built environment, using mathematics, thermodynamics, Darwinism, complexity theory and cognitive sciences.
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A THEORY OF ARCHITECTURE, by Nikos A. Salingaros.
There has not been such a book treating the very essence of architecture. Salingaros develops pattern languages originally introduced by Christopher Alexander and used in architecture as well as in software design. Eric Dowdle marked it as to-read Jul 26, Jen rated it really liked it Jan 02,