Chris Reed will be launching Projective Ecologies at the Harvard Graduate School of Design with a book talk on Monday, April 14 at 12:30 pm.
Projective Ecologies, edited by Chris Reed and Nina-Marie Lister, takes stock of the diversity of contemporary ecological research and theory and speculates on potential paths forward for design practices. It is an explicit recognition of a plurality of ecological theories and applied research underpinning contemporary understandings of cultural and natural living systems. The book includes new and reprinted essays and drawings that trace various relationships between ecological thinking and design thinking over the past two decades, and moving forward. Contributors include Daniel Botkin, James Corner, Peter Del Tredici, Erle Ellis, Richard Forman, GROSS.MAX, Christopher Hight, Sanford Kwinter, Sean Lally, Nina-Marie Lister, OMA, Chris Reed, Charles Waldheim, West 8, Jane Wolff, and many others.
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2014-04-11 Projective Ecologies Book Talk