Design of enclosed spaces

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Chapman & Hall, Apr 27, 1995 - Architecture - 181 pages
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Working with space as a protagonist rather than as a container, the author discusses the ways in which we perceive space, light, and color physiologically and psychologically, and how perceptions influence behavior. Integrating science and art with practice, this volume enables architects to assess and respond to human needs in enclosed spaces. 66 illustrations, 22 in color.

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Contents

CHAPTERS ISOLATED
30
THE PERCEPTION OF SPACE
56
The Naturalization of Artificial Environments
96
Climates From the Sun to the Brain from the Brain
111
DESIGN OF WLNDOWLESS
131
Design of Windowless Control Rooms
148
Ulysses Chains
157
for Phototherapy
173
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