Re: Knowledge in architecture

On Mon, 30 May 1994 16:26:01 +1000, Garry Stevens wrote:

>Several of my colleagues have asked the question:
>
>Given that we now have a considerable body of knowledge about the
>environmental performance of buildings, and about the psycho-social effects
>of the built environment, why is this corpus never/rarely used by
>architects in design?
>
>Any suggestions?
>Garry Stevens
>Dept of Architectural and Design Science
>University of Sydney
>NSW 2006
>AUSTRALIA

You should forward this message to the list [email protected] who
focusses on the behavioral aspects in respect to architecture.
bc

P.S. I think it has to do with the understanding of the built (natural)
environment, but little or no understanding of the artificial
(technological) environment. Such as radio waves.
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