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I really love the author of book,I Like how he represent design in other more holistic perspective. I Advise to buy this book.
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2.0 out of 5 stars This book does not live up to my expectations.
Although his heart is in the right place, Victor Papanek's latest book does not read convincingly and does not live up to the high standards of his seminal work Design for the Real World. The Green Imperative unfortunately includes significant errors ­ for example the diagram on p94 (Thames and Hudson paperback edition) purporting to show how to determine the golden...
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I really love the author of book,I Like how he represent design in other more holistic perspective. I Advise to buy this book.
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2.0 out of 5 stars This book does not live up to my expectations., 2 Sept. 1999
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This review is from: The Green Imperative: Ecology and Ethics in Design and Architecture (Paperback)
Although his heart is in the right place, Victor Papanek's latest book does not read convincingly and does not live up to the high standards of his seminal work Design for the Real World. The Green Imperative unfortunately includes significant errors ­ for example the diagram on p94 (Thames and Hudson paperback edition) purporting to show how to determine the golden rectangle, is incorrect. However, the book does cover a wide range of topics and concepts which are highly relevant to ecology and ethics in design and architecture.
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