The uses of decoration : essays in the architectural everyday / Malcolm Miles.
By: Miles, Malcolm.Material type: BookPublisher: Chichester ; New York : Wiley, c2000Description: 256 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.ISBN: 047148962X (cased : acidfree paper); 9780471489627 (cased : acidfree paper); 0471489638 (pbk. : acidfree paper); 9780471489634 (pbk. : acidfree paper).Subject(s): Architecture and society | City planning | Public architecture | Architectural design | Decoration and ornament, Architectural | Geschichte 1980-2000Additional physical formats: Online version:: Uses of decoration.; Online version:: Uses of decoration.DDC classification:
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 233-242) and index.
Chapter 1 Views from Elsewhere 9 -- Chapter 2 Urban Narratives 37 -- Chapter 3 Production of Space 57 -- Chapter 4 Hajj Paintings in Upper Egypt 79 -- Chapter 5 Architecture for the Poor 105 -- Chapter 6 Reclamation: Nine Mile Run Greenway 129 -- Chapter 7 Architectural Everydays 153 -- Chapter 8 Art and Intervention in Post-industrial Cities 179 -- Chapter 9 View from Here: Sustainability 203.
"The book draws together material from several countries and areas of practice - from the affluent as well as the non-affluent worlds, and from art as well as architecture - which it links by a common framework of critical reflection and theory. Running through the book is a concern for the everyday, for the seemingly small and insignificant ways in which people occupy the built environment, which constitute what Henri Lefebvre calls representational spaces; from awareness of this dimension of urban space (and the failures consequent on ignorance of it in some kinds of modern architecture and planning), the book moves to the question of sustainability."--Jacket.