[automatically translated] For two million years we lived in contact with the outside, not in the darkness of the caves, but in intermediate places between the closed and the open: back to the rock, eyes in the valley. A few centuries of industrial civilization and urbanization suffocating us used to living in shoeboxes. All live to be rethought from here, from the realization that we were meant to grasslands and forests, which we liked, and yet we like to live in the open, we made temporary homes, reading, we had less and imagine more. Are the most extreme experiences, those of the limit and far, who have something to say about making home today: huts, bivouacs, tents, huts, makeshift shelters, minimal architecture, essential, but more dense the material and symbolic buildings where we ended up hiding.
|Number of pages||184|
|Publication status||Published - 2014|