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Personal Space: The Behavioral Basis of Design (Spectrum Books)


Publisher:Prentice Hall Trade



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Psychologist Rober Sommer argues that architects, designers, urban planners, and the general public must understand the complex needs of human space requirements before squandering any additional money on buildings of little utility. He warns against the tendency to have a preoccupation with form alone to the exclusion of function. In this ouspoken book, Sommer clears away the misconcepions among designers about the aeshetic requirements and rovides a program for the creaion of structures based on genuine human needs. Spacial Behavior Values in the design process The Alpha Animal Spatial Invasion In Defense of Privacy Small Group Ecology Special Settings: Design for Refuge and Behavior Change Design for Learning Design for Drinking Scholars in the Hotel BusinessBehavioral Research and Environmental rogramming

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