Architect, MBA, and Professional Futurist Greg Turner can work with you to augment your organization’s strategic direction and financial performance, through his focus on the relationships between external environmental conditions and internal strategic development.
Where once a building featured a single basic component serving structural, environmental, and aesthetic purposes, the modern edifice is a complex integration of several smaller-scaled systems, each with a specialized function. Buildings are not simply assemblages of materials and machinery; they represent the deployment of economic resources to specific components. This book traces how the micro-economic composition of projects throughout history has shaped the actual physical design and make-up of buildings.
For those interested in discerning future trends in building design, the methodology in this book demonstrates a roadmap for the process.
136 pages / Hardback
Published by Van Nostrand Reinhold; First Edition edition (1986)