Transformative Ground: A Field Guide to the Post-Industrial Landscape evaluates how ‘designed landscapes can reflect shifting cultural attitudes toward nature and society, with the power to communicate those values through design’ (Mclean 2019 p15). Focused on post-industrial sites, the study explores how this context opened up a new territorial ground for environmental design, allowing environmental design to advance new theoretical and strategic frameworks. Configured as a useful field guide, the book provides critical purchase on new concepts that enable design to work with the potentials of sites as transformative grounds for society and nature. 

Routledge 222 pages | 129 Color Illus.


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