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People, Paths, and Purposes: Notations for a Participatory Envirotecture

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Philip Thiel believes that environmental design and research should be based on the eye-level experience of the users in the course of their movement through the environment. He also argues that design should be primarily concerned with the self-identified and clearly specified needs and preferences of the users. He presents here a progress report on his forty years of ...more
Hardcover, 379 pages
Published December 1st 1996 by University of Washington Press
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