Adaptation Strategies for Interior Architecture and Design

Adaptation Strategies for Interior Architecture and Design starts with the existing building and shows how designers and architects can bring together responses, ideas and resources in order to form new, clear and meaningful spatial designs. Graeme Brooker discusses the importance of context in both its site-specific and cultural meaning – from a disused aircraft hangar, to an old water defense.

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