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Reimagined Worlds: Narrative Placemaking for People, Play, and Purpose

Reimagined Worlds: Narrative Placemaking for People, Play, and Purpose

Current price: $35.00
Publication Date: February 20th, 2024
Publisher:
Oro Editions
ISBN:
9781957183923
Pages:
200
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Description

In Reimagined Worlds: Narrative Placemaking for People, Play, and Purpose, Margaret Chandra Kerrison presents an indispensable manifesto, compelling designers of environments and experiences to embrace a people-centered approach fueled by intentional narratives.

This thought-provoking book delves into the realm of uncharted possibilities, envisioning a world that fosters a deep sense of belonging and authentic self-expression. She shares her unique insights, drawing from her experiences as a former Walt Disney Imagineer and the 2023 Paul Helmle Fellow at Cal Poly Pomona's School of Architecture. By combining storytelling with architectural and experiential design, the book inspires the creation of meaningful places that cultivate strong communities and shared values. Through this narrative lens, she encourages us to imagine and build a world we truly desire to inhabit, one that thrives on collaboration and purposeful living.