Architecture: Nature
From ecologically-orientated designs to the most astonishing new forms, this book shows how essential nature remains to architecture.

The relationship between contemporary architecture and nature is fundamental to today's creativity. Some architects reject nature or imagine that they can create an artificial world of their own - while others are seeking new ways, aided by science and the computer, to chart new directions for the buildings of tomorrow.

Hardback, 200 pages
By Prestel Publishing

£40.00