Visual Research Methods in Design
This title deals with a wide range of issues and techniques relating to our understanding of the relationship between people and their physical surroundings. It presents and analyzes visual research and planning methods, including environmental measurement, imageability, environmental mapping, visual notation, and environmental simulation using computers.
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