Investing in the Early Modern Built Environment: Europeans, Asians, Settlers and Indigenous Societies

Investing in the Early Modern Built Environment Europeans Asians Settlers and Indigenous Societies Today the bulk of tangible wealth around the globe resides in buildings and physical infrastructure rather than moveable goods This situation was not always the case Investing in the Early Modern Buil

  • Title: Investing in the Early Modern Built Environment: Europeans, Asians, Settlers and Indigenous Societies
  • Author: Carole Shammas
  • ISBN: 9789004231160
  • Page: 190
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Today the bulk of tangible wealth around the globe resides in buildings and physical infrastructure rather than moveable goods This situation was not always the case Investing in the Early Modern Built Environment represents the first attempt to delve into the period s enhanced architectural investment its successes, its failures, and the conflicts it provoked Not justToday the bulk of tangible wealth around the globe resides in buildings and physical infrastructure rather than moveable goods This situation was not always the case Investing in the Early Modern Built Environment represents the first attempt to delve into the period s enhanced architectural investment its successes, its failures, and the conflicts it provoked Not just cultural but clear economic and environmental reasons existed for a rejection of the new architectural agenda Whatever its efficacy or flaws, it ultimately served as a model worldwide for cityscapes and housing well into the twentieth century Contributors include Jordan Sand, Robin Pearson, John Broad, Kiyoko Yamaguchi, Steven W Hackel, Susan E Hough, Johnathan Farris, Matthew Mulcahy, Charles Walker, Emma Hart, Chad Anderson, Ross H Cordy, Grace Karskens, and Carole Shammas.

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