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Author: Bruce Mau; Jennifer Leonard; Institute without Boundaries.
Publisher: London ; New York : Phaidon, 2004.
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Includes transcripts of interviews with: Philip Ball, Janine Benyus, Stewart Brand, Stephen Browne, Carol Burns, James Der Derian, Bill Drayton, Gwynne Dyer, Freeman Dyson, Ian Foster, Felice Frankel, Robert Freling, Ashok Gadgil, Catherine Gray, Hazel Henderson, Dean Kamen, Arthur Kroker, Robert S. Langer, Jaime Lerner, Lawrence Lessig, David Malin, Michael McDonough, William McDonough, Seymour Melman, Nancy  Read more...
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Mau, Bruce.
Massive change.
London ; New York : Phaidon, 2004
(OCoLC)560458619
Named Person: Bruce Mau; Bruce Mau
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Bruce Mau; Jennifer Leonard; Institute without Boundaries.
ISBN: 0714844012 9780714844015
OCLC Number: 56457065
Notes: "Massive Change is an ambitious project that humbly attempts to chart the bewildering complexity of our increasingly interconnected (and designed) world ... We hope to make evident the design decisions that go on and are made manifest across disciplines"--P. [11].
Reproduction Notes: Some background text available via the Project's World Wide Web site.
Description: 239 p. : ill. (chiefly col.), ports. ; 26 cm.
Contents: Urban economies (URB) --
Movement economies (MOV) --
Energy economies (ENE) --
Information economies (INF) --
Image economies (IMA) --
Market economies (MAR) --
Material economies (MAT) --
Military economies (MIL) --
Manufacturing economies (MAN) --
Living economies (LIV) --
Wealth and politics (WP).
Responsibility: Bruce Mau with Jennifer Leonard and the Institute Without Boundaries.
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