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Urban Nature // Lena C. Emery

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Urban Nature by Lena C. Emery 

 

Urban Nature – The primary difference between art and architecture is that architecture doesn’t only show how the world can and ought to be; it actually makes a part of the world the way it should be and is. Urban Nature is a formal study of architecture in the modern city and specifically the occurrence of natural elements within it. The key task of architecture should be “interpreting the world as a meaningful order in which the individual can find his place in the midst of nature and in the midst of a community”. Karsten Harries

 

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