Subcodes in Linguistics and Design: A Comparison about Biophilia and Language

by Stefano Serafini An important principle of biourbanism is that nature and culture do not belong to separated aims but interact on a common ground, whose center is the human body. After the great influence of Robin George Collingwood and of his idealism (Collingwood, 1958), 20th century critics tended to regard art and architecture as a strictly intellectual subject.