Architectural agents : the delusional, abusive, addictive lives of buildings
Buildings are not benign; rather, they commonly manipulate and abuse their human users. 'Architectural Agents' makes the case that buildings act in the world independently of their makers, patrons, owners, or occupants. And often they act badly. Treating buildings as bodies, Annabel Jane W...
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: University of Minnesota Press
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|Author Notes:||Annabel Jane Wharton|
|License Package:||Oxford University Press : Minnesota Scholarship Online / Architecture|
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