CHANGE BY DESIGN: A STUDY IN THE POTENTIAL FOR ARCHITECTURE AND DESIGN TO ENCOURAGE HEALTHY, CONSCIOUS BEHAVIORS AND ENDURING SUSTAINABLE CHANGE
Date of Award
Master of Architecture
James R. Rose
Liz Teston, Robert C. French
Sustainability is more than a technologically based, financially motivated option for living. Instead, it is an invigorating opportunity for creating healthier environments on a mental, physical, and deeply personal scale. The intent of the following study is to inspire long-term sustainable solutions. The foundation for this course of inquiry will be an exploration, analysis, and synthesis into the potential for architecture to engender quality experiences by satisfying basic human needs, instilling environmentally responsible values, and promoting sustainable behavior.
Lewis, Kathleen Michelle, "CHANGE BY DESIGN: A STUDY IN THE POTENTIAL FOR ARCHITECTURE AND DESIGN TO ENCOURAGE HEALTHY, CONSCIOUS BEHAVIORS AND ENDURING SUSTAINABLE CHANGE. " Master's Thesis, University of Tennessee, 2014.