Our Voices

Indigeneity and Architecture

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Our Voices: Indigeneity and Architecture is an exciting advance in the field of architecture offering multiple indigenous perspectives on architecture and design theory and practice. Indigenous authors from Aotearoa NZ, Canada, Australia, and the USA explore the…

 
SKU: 90699
Binding: softbound
ISBN: 978-1-940743-49-3
Pages: 240pp
Publication Date: Fall 2018
Size: 9″ x 11″, portrait
World Rights: Available

Description

“This expertise is made richer by the fact that this indigenous expertise combines both architecture and design professional practice”

Additional information

Weight 4 lbs
Dimensions 10 × 3 × 12 in
Binding

softbound

ISBN

978-1-940743-49-3

Pages

240pp

Publication date

Fall 2018

Size

9" x 11", portrait

World rights

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Overview

Our Voices: Indigeneity and Architecture is an exciting advance in the field of architecture offering multiple indigenous perspectives on architecture and design theory and practice. Indigenous authors from Aotearoa NZ, Canada, Australia, and the USA explore the making and keeping of places and spaces which are informed by indigenous values and identities. The lack of publications to date offering an indigenous lens on the field of architecture belies the rich expertise found in indigenous communities in all four countries. This expertise is made richer by the fact that this indigenous expertise combines both architecture and design professional practice, that for the most part is informed by Western thought and practice, with a frame of reference that roots this architecture in the indigenous places in which it sits.

Authors

EDITORS
Dr. Rebecca Kiddle is Ngāti Porou and Ngā Puhi. She has a PhD and MA in Urban Design from Oxford Brookes University and is a lecturer in Environmental Studies at Victoria University of Wellington, NZ and is co-chair (Pōneke) of Ngā Aho, Network of Māori Design Professionals.
Dr. Patrick Reid Stewart’s Nisga’a name is Luugigyoo. He has a PhD from the University of British Columbia and a MArch from McGill University and is an associate professor at the McEwen School of Architecture at Laurentian University. He is chair of the Indigenous Task Force of the RAIC.
Kevin O’Brien is of Torres Strait descent. He has a BArch and MPhil from the University of Queensland and is Professor of Creative Practice at the University of Sydney. He is a practicing architect and has completed a number of projects with aboriginal communities.

CONTRIBUTORS
Rau Hoskins, Wanda Dalla Costa

Additional Info

SKU: 90699
Binding: softbound
ISBN: 978-1-940743-49-3
Pages: 240pp
Publication Date: Fall 2018
Size: 9″ x 11″, portrait
World Rights: Available

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“This expertise is made richer by the fact that this indigenous expertise combines both architecture and design professional practice”

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