Transformational Thought II: More Radical Ideas to Remake the Built Environment
Transformational Thought II: More Radical Ideas to Remake the Built Environment by Jason F. McLennan is his second book of dynamic essays critically challenging prevalent contemporary thinking and conventional design modalities related to the built and natural environments.
Rather than a diatribe on these problematic approaches, McLennan draws upon his architectural acumen and his eclectic knowledge of sustainability, social justice issues and cultural awareness to provide intelligent, solution-based insights for the rethinking of how we live, work, and thrive in a living future.
McLennan addresses a wide variety of issues that call for both individual and far-reaching systemic change. Each insight points the reader toward sustainable solutions, challenges the status quo, balances practicality with philosophy, and prepares us for a healthy and prosperous future. McLennan advocates for rapid social change while calling for people to engage in productive initiatives beyond current models and to cooperate, take chances, and experiment outside current bureaucratic and corporate imaginations.
Transformational Thought II, a follow-up collection of thought-provoking essays to his original and acclaimed Transformational Thought, provides compelling rationales for change and timely insights into the most highly transformative era humanity has yet to encounter.