First comprehensive volume, dedicated to the endogenous and reciprocal relationships between creativity and the built environment that no other volume has attempted in similar depth and scope before.
It encourages interdisciplinary dialogues and provides state-of-the-art, in-depth, critical review of theoretical, methodological, and practical issues connecting creativity and built environment.
Provides wholly new contributions from leading voices from across the disciplines internationally. Authors survey the field in depth and use the chapters to develop and introduce new agendas and frameworks for future interdisciplinary research.
Wider and more comprehensive collection and reference point mapping out the terrain of creativity and built environment in an international and multidisciplinary context.