Introduction A Structure-Process Approach to Environmental Design Evaluation
Frank Lloyd Wright once defined design as “art with a purpose.” Indeed, the history of design supports Wright’s words. Gothic cathedrals were intended to instill an awe of God in worshippers; Bauhausinspired structures were intended to function as efficient machines; modern low-income high-rises are designed to lift their tenants into the middle class. All of these diverse purposes have a common element— they are oriented toward people.
KeywordsLarge System Evaluation Information Environmental Design Design Cycle Federal Housing
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