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HUMAN HABITAT 2010 Lecture Series is an open platform on the theme of Sustainable Cities, engaging a wide audience including specialists and lay people. This Lecture Series was designed and is being ...

HUMAN HABITAT 2010 Lecture Series is an open platform on the theme of Sustainable Cities, engaging a wide audience including specialists and lay people. This Lecture Series was designed and is being coordinated by the SUSTAINABLE CONSTRUCTION Initiative in partnership with OCEANÁRIO DE LISBOA, Parque Expo and the Agência Portuguesa do Ambiente.

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    • earth light roots winds trees groundwater unpretentiousness shadows of leaves the glades eyes Siv rift in the cloud second thoughts lips the cool night vision the kids breathing room lamps silence merriment the flute sorrow furniture the dogs the open gate Moa fire the well things tender care reduction the road the stove the mailbox the cats gravel holly blackbird shadow the laughter of children: basic words of the house. from Land du välsignade (Thou blessed land) by Carl Magnus von Seth, 1993
    • THE HUMANE IN ARCHITECTURE AN D THE TH O U G HTS B EH IN D Bo01
    • “The human being cannot be understood in terms of biology only – but her essence is not either determined only by class or psychological trauma. She is heredity and environment, nature and culture – at the same time ‘an animal among animals’ and a creature with an extraordinary capacity to reflect upon its situation, its behaviour, its future and its past. The behaviour and the experiences of human beings, their anxiety and sorrow as well as their lust and joy, are determined both by what they have experienced during their own life and by their biologically given inclinations and patterns of thought. This is a rather banal statement. //...
    • ..// Yet have we been without theories that unite our knowledge of man as a biological being – including the needs of food, sleep, sex and social community which characterise men as well as many other animals – with his way of shaping his society and his culture bearing capacity. This is to be regretted. To be able to deepen our knowledge about the social creature Homo Sapiens we must gain insight into how that which has been incorporated into the gene pool co-operates with that which reaches the individual from out-side.” Professor Nils Uddenberg in “Arvsdygden” (The Original Virtue) 1998 (translation from Swedish by K Tham)
    • PETER F SMITH • THE DYNAMICS OF URBANISM 1974 • THE SYNTAX OF CITIES 1977 • ARCHITCTURE AND THE HUMAN DIMENSION 1979
    • INGEMAR D KRISTIANSEN Förmågan att registrera synintryck beror på hur rik den visuella miljön har varit under de första levnadsåren. En visuellt torftig miljö hindrar
    • INGEMAR D KRISTIANSEN The ability to register visual impressions depends on how rich the visual environment has been during the first years of life. A visually
    • Hjärnans tillväxt främjas om man under sin uppväxt får uppleva och aktivt delta i en visuellt rik miljö. Bennet m fl 1972
    • Participation within a visually rich environment is a precondition of cerebral development. Bennet et al 1972
    • Monotony, or lack of sensory stimuli, is not just tedious but also positively harmful.
    • EFTER JAN GEHL 1971 ”LIVET MELLEM HUSENE”
    • TINE BORRING
    • B RUDOWSKI: ARCHITECTURE WITHOUT ARCHITECTS
    • Noice not only damages our hearing capacity – it also stresses us and causes high blood-pressure
    • ZAGREB
    • CARLO SCARPA
    • PALLADI O VILLA M ALCONTE NTA PALAZZO V I TT O R I O E M M A N U E L E HIDCOTE
    • HIDCOTE MANOR
    • HIDCOTE MANOR
    • Handboken BYGG Kap F 16 Liber förlag 198
    • MALMÖE AF FC KIE RSCHOU 1850
    • 1850
    • STADSDELEN VÄSTRA HAMNEN KOCKUMS
    • EPPE AAGAARD ANDERSEN
    • LESSONS
    • ”A LITTLE MIRAC LE IN SPEC BUILDIN
    • THE EXPERIENCE OF NATURE – nice and beautiful, yes indeed! but not only – it is necessary for our physical and mental health
    • RICH PLANTING : Green factor 0,5 100 green points 1 big tree / each 200 sqm of garden
    • NYRÉNS
    • 13.3
    • STIG L ANDERSSON
    • HEIGHINGTON, Co DURHAM
    • STIA