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The Emotional Infrastructure of Places
by Peter Kageyama




Overview -
Infrastructure is a hot topic for communities all over the world. Ranging from roads and bridges to power grids and cell towers - it is all the foundational elements for a shared and common purpose. Infrastructure is literally all around us, like the background music we take for granted. It is both big and small, obvious and subtle - and it needsto be considered in a different way. The next steps in place-making will be to embrace emotional awareness, emotional design and incorporate love into our places.Emotional Infrastructure is the foundation that supports our sentimental, psychological and spiritual life. Designing for this intent will add vast new dimensions to our approach of place making. This book explores how we create emotional attachments and connections to our places and to each other, which in turn allows us to take on the biggest and most complex problems facing our societies today.

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Overview

Infrastructure is a hot topic for communities all over the world. Ranging from roads and bridges to power grids and cell towers - it is all the foundational elements for a shared and common purpose. Infrastructure is literally all around us, like the background music we take for granted. It is both big and small, obvious and subtle - and it needsto be considered in a different way. The next steps in place-making will be to embrace emotional awareness, emotional design and incorporate love into our places.Emotional Infrastructure is the foundation that supports our sentimental, psychological and spiritual life. Designing for this intent will add vast new dimensions to our approach of place making. This book explores how we create emotional attachments and connections to our places and to each other, which in turn allows us to take on the biggest and most complex problems facing our societies today.


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  • ISBN-13: 9781073092581
  • ISBN-10: 1073092585
  • Publisher: Independently Published
  • Publish Date: September 2019
  • Page Count: 312
  • Dimensions: 7.99 x 5.24 x 0.7 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.79 pounds


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