This book offers practical and theoretical tools for more effective
sustainable design solutions and for communicating sustainable
design ideas to today's diverse stakeholders. It uses Integral
Theory to make sense of the many competing ideas in this area and
offers a powerful conceptual framework for sustainable designers
through the four main perspectives of: Behaviours, Systems,
Experiences and Cultures. It also uses human developmental theory
to reframe sustainable design across four levels of complexity
present in society: the Traditional, Modern, Postmodern, and
Integral waves. Profuse with illustrations and examples, the book
offers many conceptual tools including: - Twelve Principles of
Integral Sustainable Design - Sixteen Prospects of Sustainable
Design - Six Perceptual Shifts for Ecological Design Thinking -
Five Levels of Sustainable Design Aesthetics - Ten Injunctions for
Designing Connections to Nature
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