Marie-Louise Holst and Gerard Reinmuth review Leon van Schaik's new book, Spatial Intelligence: New Futures for Architecture, in Architecture Review Australia, issue 109.
Leon's book is important for a number of reasons, and in particular his proposition that in professionalising a body of knowledge around the technologies of shelter, architecture started a slow decline. He speculates as to what might have happenned had architecture professionalised around spatial intelligence.
The article is also online at Australian Design Review
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