PRINCETON ARCHITECTURAL PRESS
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CONVERSATIONS WITH PAOLO SOLERI
by Lissa McCullough
Publication date 4/12/2012
5.5 x 8 inches (14.0 x 20.3 cm), Paperback
96 pages, 30 b/w illustrations
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Conversations with Paolo Soleri, the newest volume in our popular Conversations series, offers timely thinking in response to our global environmental crisis.
Drawn from the visionary architect’s personal notebooks and sketchbooks, Soleri’s most recently (2004-2009) documented ideas respond to contemporary issues such as climate change, oil dependence, suburban sprawl, and overconsumption.
Soleri outlines a detailed proposal for urban reformulation and renewal, appealing to architects, urban planners, environmentalists, urban historians, philosophers, ethicists, and anthropologists.
Two essays and a new interview covering the breadth of Soleri’s career round out this accessible introduction, making Soleri’s work available for the first time.
[image & text: Princeton Architectural Press, Sue]
This publication was put together by Lissa McCullough, Paolo Soleri’ editor.
In the photo is Lissa with Soleri in November 2011.
The book joins a series that include:
Le Corbusier Talks with Students,
A Conversation with Frei Otto,
and Paul Rand.