'Beyond Shelter presents 25 reports from the field written by a wide array of experts who are on the frontlines of disaster prevention and recovery around the world. Together, these stories illustrate the reality that evolving risk requires new ways of thinking, and that architects have a leading role to play.' - back cover
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Onsite

Location code REF.AQM
Language

English

Keywords

architecturetrauma

Publication/Creation date

2011

No of pages

304

ISBN / ISSN

9781935202479

No of copies

1

Content type

anthology

Chapter headings
Introduction
Part 1: Architecture After Disaster
Part 2: What should Governments Do?
Part 3: Urban Risk and Recovery
Part 4: Environmental Resilience
Part 5: Teaching as Strategic Action
Part 6: Is Prevention Possible?
Afterword
Beyond Shelter: Architecture and Human Dignity
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Beyond Shelter: Architecture and Human Dignity

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