Table of Contents
Introduction, Danelle Briscoe
Interview with Diana Agrest
Rael San Fratello
Danze Blood Architects
ecoLogicStudio, a Lecture by Claudia Pasquero
Symposium Contributor Biographies
At their most basic level, buildings protect from sun, wind, and rain, while comprising the very materials nature provides. This tendency to either shield from or consume the environment (without giving much back) typically contributes to an overt division rather than synergy between architecture and its surroundings. Nature, in this scenario, is “other.” It is relegated as outside, disregarded by human priorities for space.