Empowered Spaces: Designers at Home and Work

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P B C International, Incorporated, 1993 - Architecture - 240 pages
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Introduction
8
Stanley Tigerman
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James Northcutt
66
Copyright

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Dr. Carol Soucek King has long been interested in good design's ability to communicate on the deepest levels. She believes that our own design doesn't just stimulate others, but also profoundly affects ourselves; it reverberates back to us on a daily basis and tells us how we want to live, who we truly are, and who we wish to be. King has lived in Pasedena California with her husband for nearly three decades, where she has established the Institute of Philosophy and the Arts, and interdisciplinary forum created to deepend awareness through the convergence of artistic experience, classical philosophy, and contemporary critical thinking. Dr. King earned both her B.A. and Ph.D. from the University of Southern California and an M.F.A. from Yale University. She also studied at Cambridge University in England.

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