Next Nature Book

Nature Changes Along With Us

We debate saving nature, we dream about escaping to nature, but rarely do we ask “What is nature?”. The Next Nature book radically shifts your notion of nature.

Where technology and nature are traditionally seen as opposed, they now appear to merge or even trade places. With our urge to design our environment, we cause the rising of a next nature that is unpredictable as ever. Nature changes along with us!

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“Next Nature can give us a new vocabulary and a new philosophy to see and design the world.” – Scientific American

“Book of the Year”– Trendbeheer

“Er zijn van die boeken die een wereldbeeld flink opschudden. ‘Next Nature’ is zo’n boek.”– De Ingenieur

“Einem der spannendste Bücher, das mir seit langem untergekommen ist”
– Page Magazine

“Een overdonderend boek in de steeds grotere schemerzone tussen technologie, natuur en design.”
Knack Weekend

“Techtuur heeft de toekomst”
NRC Handelsblad.

“Next Nature is een even provocerend als overtuigend boek.” – Metropolis M

“The Next Nature movement is about trying to shake ourselves out of our sleepwalk.”
– Architects Journal

“An expansive survey of present day technologies and the philosophies with which we understand them.”
– Designboom.com

“A book unlike any other, with bold graphics and statements, intriguing information about things anyone can relate to and surprising stories about the world we live in. ”
– Treehugger.com

“A new Ark“ –Domus

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The Next Nature book is a compendium of the most thought provoking observations from nextnature.net, completely re-edited and supplemented by thematic specials, new visual material and stunning graphics, as well as guest essays by (a.o.) Bruce Sterling, Kevin Kelly, Rachel Armstrong, Tracy Metz, Bas Haring, Peter Lunenfeld, and Jos de Mul.

Edited by Koert van Mensvoort and Hendrik-Jan Grievink / 472 pages paperback / Published by Actar (Barcelona) / Language: English / ISBN-10: 8492861533 / ISBN-13: 978-8492861538