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The term 'sustainable' has rapidly become a ubiquitous prefix for many contemporary issues, professions and disciplines. This paper contextualizes the debate by exploring how the term 'sustainable' has emerged within the field ofarchitecture.The paper examines the semiotics of sustainability; how the meaning of this word has been produced from an assemblage of words, signs and practices. Adopting'Actor-Network Theory' (ANT) methodology to examinethe embedding of sustainabilityasthe dominantdoi:10.5539/jsd.v4n4p32 fatcat:qug44wjwxnhstdpcbzvopzqm6m