Terroir: Instruments - Terroir

Terroir: Instruments


ISBN: 9780994396679
Format: Paperback
Publication Date: 2019


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The first in a series of publications from Tasmanian architectural firm TERROIR, Instruments is an exploration of how architecture can work to connect people with place, both physically and psycho-spatially. The book turns its focus away from architecture’s conventional obsession with the material qualities of the object, to the many other, equally vital ways in which relationships are formed and reformed between us and the places we occupy.It is the first in a series of publications on the architectural practice TERROIR, where each book is dedicated to examining the importance of a single design strategy in the work of TERROIR and others. The book includes essays by Slavoj Žižek, Slovenian philosopher and sociologist, as well as David A Garcia, founding director of MAP Architects in Copenhagen. Also included is an interview between the philosopher and architectural writer Andrew Benjamin and TERROIR’s founding director Gerard Reinmuth.

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