The Architecture of Happiness

The Architecture of Happiness


The Achitecture of Happiness is a stunning and generously illustrated trip throughout the philosophy and psychology of structure and the indelible connection among our identities and our locations.One of the nice yet usually unmentioned motives of either happiness and distress is the standard of the environment: the categories of partitions, chairs, constructions, and streets that encompass us. And but a priority for structure is just too usually defined as frivolous, even self-indulgent. Alain de Botton starts off from the concept that the place we're seriously affects who we will be able to be, and argues that it really is architecture's job to face as an eloquent reminder of our complete capability.

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