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Discotecture: an Investigation into the Symbiosis of Habitat and Habitas

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by Daniel Bradshaw
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Discotecture: an Investigation into the Symbiosis of Habitat and Habitas by Daniel Bradshaw

Event managers, designers and engineers are working diligently behind the scenes of today's greatest events to build elaborate and immersive experiences for the general public the world over, but how do they do it, with what tools and most importantly why? This book investigates and pulls together findings on the critical typologies used to establish locations through event experiences and what emerging changes to particular areas will mean for the pioneering industry tomorrow. The author explores in-depth the current popular trends in interdisciplinary research and development, through the possible evolution and future of experiential design with a focus on events and nightclubs. From early analytical concepts of research, addressing what tools designers and managers apply, how and why to achieve the ideal symbiosis for successful events using 'Discotecture'; towards the idea of a meta-mela transformer of culture.

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Size: 15.9 MB
Date published:   2016
ISBN: 9781326516277 (DRM-EPUB)

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