New Intellectual Geographies

Posted on March 6th, 2017 by Nicole Sakr

Posted under: Academic, Urban Design

Nader writes for TRANS—FER on how sustainability in architecture is evolving. Or read the full essay HERE.

“we can imagine the recalibration of a world that humans have impacted beyond what nature has offered on its own terms. The delicate balance of forestation, agriculture, global and local interactions, the environmental impacts that transcend political boundaries, all bring a global perspective to the design of “geographies”, a scale often neglected in the design of urbanism.”


“Port to Port”: a visual exploration of energy shipping routes around the world. Columbia Center for Spatial Research. Project Director: Laura Kurgan.

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