Inside Outside: Between Architecture and Landscape introduces projects that focus on the interconnection between the interior and the exterior. The book has been written by Anita Berrizbeitia and Linda Pollak and it was published by Rockport Publication in 1999.
The book encourages to think anew and map out alternatives to the classical principles of architecture: man-versus-nature, formal/informal and hardscape and softscape. The authors provide both a powerful critique of the late 1990s tendencies and and examples for future criticism and design. The focus is not only on the relation between architecture and landscape, but on the subtle ways in which architecture, landscape, city and individuals can interact in a creative and progressive manner. The twenty-five projects that have been chosen for the book have been thematised under reciprocity, materiality, threshold, insertion, and infrastructure.
The copy in stock is in good condition. There’s only some minor shelf wear on the dust jacket and the previous owner’s mark stamped on the front flyleaf.