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authors Van Ingen, Wim
year 1987
source Proceedings of the 1st European Full-Scale Workshop Conference / ISBN 87-88373-20-7 / Copenhagen (Denmark) 15-16 January 1987, pp. 19-25
summary The Ecology of Habitat or shortly "dwelling ecology", belongs internationally to the, so called "man-environment" sciences. Studied, here is the interrelationship between man and his built environment, especially that environment in which he lives. These man-environment sciences are proceeded from the development of the social sciences in the last thirty years, like sociology and psychology in which a rising interest was growing for architecture generally and more specific in dwelling-architecture because of the relation of man with the physical space in which he lives. Also there. is a growing interest of architects in the results of sociological and psychological research in human behaviour and human meanings in the built environment as far this information is of importance for the influence people have on the environment. Dwelling ecology is a part of the Household Sciences. Not only because she is taught within the School of Household Sciences in our university, but because all sciences in this School share the same basic philosophy that is, to start all scientific work form the point of view of the consumer. Translated into the terminology of the -dwelling-ecology the consumer is the dweller.
keywords Full-scale Modeling, Model Simulation, Real Environments
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type normal paper
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