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020    ^a9781474241496^qpaperback
050 00 ^aNA2543.A58^bL83 2020
100 1  ^aLucas, Ray
245 10 ^aAnthropology for architects :^bsocial relations and the built environment /^cRay Lucas
260  1 ^aLondon ;^aNew York, NY :^bBloomsbury Visual Arts, an imprint of Bloomsbury Publishing Plc,^c2020
300    ^axviii, 246 pages :^billustrations, maps, charts ;^c24 cm
504    ^aIncludes bibliographical references and index
505 0  ^aIntroduction: Typologies of Social Relation -- InscriptivePractices and Anthropology -- Home and What it Means to Dwell -- Museums and Architectures of Collection -- Marketplaces and Sites of Exchange -- Routes, Walking, andWayfinding -- Theatre and Festival: Performance and Liminal Space -- Restaurants, Food Events, and Sensory Architectures -- Conclusion: Towards an Anthropological Architecture
520    ^aWhat can architects learn from anthropologists? This is the central question examined in Anthropology for Architects - a survey and exploration of the ideas which underpin the correspondence between contemporary social anthropology and architecture. The focus is on architecture as a design practice. Rather than presenting architectural artefacts as objects of the anthropological gaze, the book foregrounds the activities and aims of architects themselves. It looks at the choices that designers have to make - whether engaging with a site context, drawing, modelling, constructing, or making a post-occupancy analysis - and explores how an anthropological view can help inform design decisions. Each chapter is arranged around a familiar building type (including the studio, the home, markets, museums, and sacred spaces), in each case showing how anthropology can help designers to think about the social life of buildingsat an appropriate scale: that of the individual life-worlds which make up the everyday lives of a building^'s users. Showing how anthropology offers an invaluable framework for thinking about complex, messy, real-world situations, the book argues that, ultimately, a truly anthropological architecture offers the potential for a more socially informed, engaged and sensitive architecturewhich responds more directly to people^'s needs. Based on the author^'s experience teaching as well as his research into anthropology by way of creative practice, this book will be directly applicable to students and researchers inarchitecture, landscape, urban design, and design anthropology, as well as to architectural professionals^"--^cProvided by publisher
650  0 ^aArchitecture and anthropology.
650  0 ^aDesign^xSocial aspects
999    ^aปวีนา ภู่ทอง
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