Making into thing - anthropo-eccene design: on the craft of emergence

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Making into thing - anthropo-eccene design: on the craft of emergence. / Michelsen, Anders Ib.

Architecture and Postphenomenology. red. / Lars Botin; Inger Berling Hyams. Hardcover. udg. New York : Lexington, 2021. s. 169-192 8.

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Michelsen, AI 2021, Making into thing - anthropo-eccene design: on the craft of emergence. i L Botin & I Berling Hyams (red), Architecture and Postphenomenology. Hardcover udg, 8, Lexington, New York, s. 169-192.

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Michelsen, A. I. (2021). Making into thing - anthropo-eccene design: on the craft of emergence. I L. Botin, & I. Berling Hyams (red.), Architecture and Postphenomenology (Hardcover udg., s. 169-192). [8] Lexington.

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Michelsen AI. Making into thing - anthropo-eccene design: on the craft of emergence. I Botin L, Berling Hyams I, red., Architecture and Postphenomenology. Hardcover udg. New York: Lexington. 2021. s. 169-192. 8

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Michelsen, Anders Ib. / Making into thing - anthropo-eccene design: on the craft of emergence. Architecture and Postphenomenology. red. / Lars Botin ; Inger Berling Hyams. Hardcover. udg. New York : Lexington, 2021. s. 169-192

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