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Earth to Spirit. In Search of Natural Architecture

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With camera in hand, Pearson has traveled the globe, finding glimmers of hope in a rich array of both ancient and modern architecture. His journey spans the history of architecture, leading us back in time to some of the earliest structures fashioned by humanity; to enduring traditional dwellings such as yurts and tipis; and, finally, to contemporary buildings that display ...more
Paperback, 159 pages
Published March 1st 1995 by Chronicle Books
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Picked this up for free either at the library freebie table or at the freebie book case at work. Perfectly beautiful autumn day, took off work early to enjoy it, kick up some golden leaves and leisurely peruse a good book by the author of The Natural House Book. Looks promising! ; 11/9 taking this to California with me, might get some more reading done on the plane.; 6/5 never really picked this up again, so am filing in the 'never finished' category. Enjoyed it, but trailed off.

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David Pearson is an architect-planner who has been actively involved in inner city and new town housing for most of his working life, and with the Gaia movement (inspired by the view of the Earth as a living planet) for several years. Widely travelled, and with degrees from both University of London and University of California, he is Director of the eco and health consultancy Gaia Environments, a ...more