Addressing contemporary environmental issues requires a change of perspective which takes the environment, rather than human demands on natural resources, as the starting point for reflection. Environ(ne)ment presents the work of French landscape designer and gardener Gilles Clément and Swiss architect Philippe Rahm as two different approaches to the environment for tomorrow. They focus not on technological or aesthetic problems, but rather ethical ones, as we reconsider our approaches to growth, development, and comfort.
Edited by Giovanna Borasi
Essay by Giovanna Borasi
Texts and visual essays by Gilles Clément and Philippe Rahm
Foreword by Mirko Zardini
Designed by Zab Design and Typography
Bilingual English-French edition
Co-published with Skira Publishers
Softcover, 160 pages
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