Human Spaces by Barbara Crisp
Life-Enhancing Designs for Healing, Working, and Living

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Human Spaces: Life-Enhancing Designs for Healing, Working, and Living dramatically illustrates an array of designed environments intended to create a better quality of life.

--Features a range of projects from an urban hospital's healing garden to a major manufacturing and distribution center.

--Includes some of the newest work being built according to criteria that consider the human implications of design.

--Presents life-enhancing designs in a variety of project-health care, corporate, industrial, educational-as well as residential.

The quality of human perception and experience is what guides these designs. Human Spaces is a handsome volume that will inspire design professionals, clients, and the general public alike.

 

About Barbara Crisp

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Published January 1, 1999 by Rockport Publishers. 192 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Arts & Photography. Non-fiction