Next Nature Appzine
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The Next Nature Appzine is a tasting of the award winning Next Nature book, completely re-designed for iPad and supplemented with interactive specials and audiovisual content. Shift your notion of Nature. Buy the app and get its price as a discount on your order of the Next Nature book.
Reviewers Praise on Next Nature book.
“Next Nature can give us a new vocabulary and a new philosophy to see and design the world.” – Scientific American
“One of the most exciting books in a long time.” – Page Magazine
“Next Nature offers an expansive survey of present day technologies and the philosophies with which we understand them.” – Designboom.com
“It has been a while since I had such a fascinating coffee table book in my hands.” – Treehugger.com
“Visually stunning specimens from which to develop a more nuanced understanding of the human relationship with nature.” – Domus
“The Next Nature movement is about trying to shake ourselves out of our sleepwalk.” – Architects Journal
About Next Nature
Today, the human impact on our planet cannot be underestimated. Climate change, synthetic biology, mass urbanization – ‘We were here’ echoes all over. Although many people have tried to improve our relationship with nature, only few have asked the elementary question ‘what is nature?’.
The Next Nature Appzine radically shifts your notion of nature. It shows how our image of nature as static, balanced and harmonic is naïve and up for reconsideration. 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!
What's New in Version 1.1
Version 1.1 of Next Nature contains several minor improvements and takes 80% less space on your iPad.
Meh... at best
This app seemed like a high school science fair project with web clippings stacked on top of each other creating a swipe-able collage.
Save your money IMHO and just google "transhumanism" for better results.