Ecologies of Architecture: Essays on Territorialisation

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Drawing on a range of philosophical texts, Andrej Radman brings together a collection of 11 of his essays, published over the last decade, to show that when a society manipulates its matter it is not a reflection of culture; it is culture.
To speak of ecologies of architecture is to break with judgement for experience. As Gilles Deleuze put it in his book on Nietzsche, it is not about justification, ‘but a different way of feeling: another sensibility’. If to think differently we have to feel differently, then the design of the built environment has no other purpose but to transform us. While engineering is solution-oriented, architecture stays with the problem so as to tease out a creative potential.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherEdinburgh University Press
Number of pages248
ISBN (Electronic)9781474483049
ISBN (Print)9781474483018
Publication statusPublished - 2021

Bibliographical note

The open access edition (2024) of this book was financed by the TU Delft Open Access Fund.


  • Architecture
  • Philosophy


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