occupant health, daylight, well being, DIVA, human-centric
Architecture | Environmental Design
This thesis contends that if occupant health is placed at the forefront of design, utilizing a proposed process of design that selects and addresses three out of nine suggested elements of health through demographic mapping and utilizes these elements to construct human-centric drawings during the initial stages of design, the resulting architecture will promote occupant wellbeing.
Wheeler, Chelsea, "Where Wellness Begins" (2015). Architecture Thesis Prep. Paper 308.
Syracuse School of Architecture 2015
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