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Environmental diversity of Architecture
Abstract as follows: This presentation takes the position that the dynamic characteristics of the architectural environment are a key aspect of good design, yet one which is not well anticipated or understood. Environmental diversity is a design consideration closely related to our experience of architecture – an architecture of the senses. Based on research findings, this presentation is an antidote to the misconceptions of an ‘average’ occupant or of ‘optimum’ environmental criteria, instead embracing the richness of environmental diversity.
This talk is part of the Cambridge Philosophical Society series.
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