Author: Gianpiero Pescarmona
The Information Architecture Institute
Luca Rosati: Information architecture for ubiquitous ecologies: Introduction
Resmini, A. and L. Rosati. 2009. Information architecture for ubiquitous ecologies.full text
Architettura dell’informazione pervasiva.
Architecture Without Architects is a book by Bernard Rudofsky originally published in 1964. It provides a demonstration of the artistic, functional, and cultural richness of vernacular architecture.
The granddaddy of all books about hand-built homes is the legendary Architecture Without Architects. Forty years in print, it continues to inspire architects, despite its title. Savor it slowly as a black and white poem on what a house might be if you had two thousand years to refine it. These shelters have visible souls. They honor your hands and mind. I consider this small book to hold essential wisdom that no high-schooler should graduate without encountering. (ref)
Text at GoogleBooks
Some pictures out of the book
The deep message (and universal) of this book is that men build buildings with the raw materials they have locally.
Even if different groups have the same targets the final result depends on the type of information they get
Which is the raw material available to the cells to build up themselves?