Stewardship as Architectural Aesthetic

Marc Schiler

In this essay, Marc Schiler surveys the field of Architectural Aesthetics from classical views of art and beauty to current theories of space, form and ethnic domain. Each is addressed in terms of possible adaptation as a basis for an aesthetic of sustainability. Finally, a Christian understanding of stewardship is presented, along with an argument for proposing it to Christians and reconciling it with other possible secular arguments. Marc Schiler is a Professor of Architecture at the University of Southern California.

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