# ARCHITECTURAL THEORIES /// Subnature by David Gissen
The best way to illustrate the content of this book is probably to insert its contents’ page:PART ONE (Atmospheres):
PART TWO (Matter):
PART THREE (Life):
All those elements can be the motor of a narrative that ends up into an architectural project such as developed by R&Sie(n), Eyal Weizman, Philippe Rahm or Jorge Otero-Pailos. The interesting thing here, is that nature is considered, not anymore as the docile entity that capitalo-ecology want to “save”, but rather as the component of all things, continuously evolving and liberated from any subjectivation.
In a very similar way, David Gissen recently published his edition of AD (the famous English periodic that offer the edition to a different person every two months) that he entitled Territory: Architecture Beyond Environment.