Machine generated contents note: pt. I The Four Perspectives Of Integral Sustainable Design: Touching All the Bases of the Sustainable Design World Introduction 1.Design Principles from the Four Perspectives 2.Exploring Deeper into the Behaviours Perspective 3.Exploring Deeper into the Systems Perspective 4.Exploring Deeper into the Cultures Perspective 5.Exploring Deeper into the Experiences Perspective pt. I Conclusion pt. II Levels of Complexity in Sustainable Design: The Four Contemporary Structures Introduction 6.Levels and Lines: The Development of Sustainable Design 7.A Developmental View of Design History 8.Design Awareness: The Six Essential Lines 9.The 16 Prospects of Sustainable Design 10.Unfolding Prospects of the Interior Perspectives 11.Unfolding Prospects of the Exterior Perspectives 12.Expanding the Design Self: Transforming the Sustainable Designer pt. II Conclusion pt. III Ecological Design Thinking: The Six Perceptual Shifts Introduction 13.The Shift from Objects to Relationships to Subject-Object Relations 14.The Shift from Analysis to Context to Analysis-Context-Ground 15.The Shift from Structure to Process to Unfolding 16.The Shift from Materiality to Configuration to Pattern Languages 17.The Shift from Parts to Wholes to Holons 18.The Shift from Hierarchies to Networks to Holarchies pt. III Conclusion pt. IV Designing Relationships to Nature: Metaphors and Injunctions for Deep Connections Introduction 19.The Nature of Nature from Five Levels 20.Designing in Relationship to Traditional Nature 21.Designing in Relationship to Modern Nature 22.Designing in Relationship to Postmodern Nature 23.Designing in Relationship to Integral Nature 24.Designing in Relationship to Transpersonal Nature pt. IV Conclusion.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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