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Cultural diversity, public space, aesthetics and power
In this paper we argue that issues of inclusion and exclusion to public space can be examined by invoking the principle of "aesthetics". Those that are aesthetically pleasing, tasteful, or desirable are allowed in public ...
Housing rehabilitation and its role in neighborhood change: a framework for evaluation
(Locke Science, 1998)
In most empirical studies of neighborhood change, particularly those on the issue of gentrification, the analysis focuses either on variations in population, transformations in the housing market, or modifications in the ...
To design versus to understand design: The role of graphic representations and verbal expressions
While the primary objective of design education is essentially teaching how to design, the process of understanding a design product is another important and obvious goal of design education. Here, the aim is to find out ...
Studio instructors talk about skills, knowledge, and professional roles in architecture and landscape architecture
This article examines the attitudes of studio instructors in architecture and landscape architecture departments throughout the United States toward the designer's role, sources of knowledge and inspiration in design, ...