San Rocco #10
Edited by Matteo Ghidoni


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“Ecology” recognizes that since the world’s population will soon be somewhere between nine and ten billion, architectural ecology should be considered as the approach that aims at facilitating the survival of the human species in the long term and pursues this goal by considering the world as a totality. Ecology is in need of a theory, for no such theory currently exists.

Architecture, Last copies / Rare Books, Magazine
Rui Aristides and Campomarzio on the Saline Royale at Arc-et-Senans * Ido Avissar on tranquillity in disorder * Francesca Benedetto on the island of the lakes * Caitlin Blanchfield on landscape and the New Deal * Dominic Broadhurst on Mad Max * Paolo Carpi digs into compost * Ludovico Centis at Niagara Falls * Rania Ghosn and El Hadi Jazairy on Beijing’s air * Fabien Giraud and Max Turnheim on ecology and emancipation * Stefano Graziani in conversation with Rene Gabri * Harry Gugger and Bárbara Maçães Costa on urban nature * Wonne Ickx on the stump of a Sequoia * Emma Letizia Jones on Berlin’s parkway * Ali Karimi tells a fable about Bahrain * MAP Office envisions multiple Hong Kongs * Maria Chiara Pastore on sewers * Davide Rapp explores ventilation ducts * Irénée Scalbert on apples * With photos by Stefano Graziani and Bas Princen.

Matteo Ghidoni is an architect, editor and publisher based in Milan.

192 pages
Paperback, 17x23 cm
San Rocco, 1st edition 2014
ISBN 9789201428769