Architecture by Lori Dittmer


Architecture by Lori Dittmer

An in-depth look at potential future developments in architecture, including self-contained cities as well as computerised blueprints and other technologies that are currently considered to be state of the art. By examining the historical roots of architecture this book presents a knowledgeable and balanced account of modern and future architecture. Part of the series What's Next? The Future Of..., there are four titles in the series examining warfare, medicine, architecture and space exploration.


Beautifully laid out... very informative... a series that should be widely available to good readers in KS2 and beyond. School Librarian

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48 pages


Lori Dittmer
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Publication date

24th October 2013



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