This edited collection of essays brings together the author's key writings on the technological, cultural and theoretical developments reshaping modern architecture into a responsive movement for the 21st century. The author approaches the subject of architecture and its relation to social and cultural identities from a wide range of knowledge, including cybernetics, philosophy, new human science and development planning, as well as his experience as a teacher and critic on four continents. The result is a global perspective on the changing nature of modern architecture at the turn of the millennium.
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