Building and Dwelling: Ethics for the City by Richard Sennett
How can the design of cities enrich or diminish the experience of those that live in them?
Explore the relationship between ethics and the city across London, Paris and Barcelona to Shanghai, Mumbai and Medellin in Colombia. What do famous thinkers such as Heidegger or Walter Benjamin have to say about our living in the city? Sennett shows what works ethically is often the most practical solution for cities' problems. This is a humane and thrilling book, which allows us to think freshly about how we live in cities.
Materials: paperback, 368 pages
Dimensions: 19.8cm x 2.2cm x 12.9cm