Ethics for Architects: 50 Dilemmas of Professional Practice
Thomas Fisher presents fifty case studies representing a broad range of ethical dilemmas facing today's architects, from questions regarding which clients to work for, to the moral imperatives of reclaiming building materials for construction instead of sending them to landfills. This timely book features newly relevant interpretations adapted to the pervasive demands of globalization, sustainability, and developments in information technology. Fisher's analysis of architecture's thorniest ethical issues are written in a style that is accessible to the amateur philosopher and appealing to professional architects and students alike. Thought-provoking and essential, Ethics for Architects is required reading for any designer who wants to work responsibly in today's complex world. Thomas Fisher holds degrees from Cornell University and Case Western Reserve University. He was an editor at Progressive Architecture for fifteen years before entering academia at the University of Minnesota. According to the Kay Centre for Architectural Sociology, Thomas Fisher is the 5th most prolific architectural author in the English-speaking world.
By Thomas Fisher
Princeton Architectural Press, 2010
Paperback, 144 pages
7 x 0.5 x 8.5 inches
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