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Really great material. Kind of a slow read, but still interesting.Published 18 days ago by Revved up like a deuce/another runner in the night.
A great book about the emotional philosophies that are considered (or not considered) when architecture is designed and built-- in all its forms. This isn't dry at all. Read morePublished 1 month ago by TAPDESIGNS
Since 0 of 2 people found my earlier review understandably unhelpful I am expanding: Dry uninspired writing. A strong position written as fact when it is opinion. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Susan
Not much has been written on this subject, and this book is very interesting and enlightening, while being amusing and readable at the same time.Published 3 months ago by Bronwyn Thoms
Wonderful perspectives on things that I simply did not pay attention to but now gained fresh appreciation as a result.Published 5 months ago by Happycustomer
Great book, Alain de Botton, just has a way of writing that just really is beautiful and interesting. Great job, once again, Mr. de Botton.Published 6 months ago by D. Leung
I generally like the author's books, however I found this to be quite boring and not as good as his other books. Myabe it is just me - I dont have great interest in architecture.Published 7 months ago by Cyanogen
A tremendously enlightening and engaging study of the aesthetics of buildings, their history, and why it matters to how we feel and livePublished 7 months ago by David A T Ehrhardt