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Research Submitted

Titlesort ascending Author Date
The Development of a Schematic Design Primer to Aid Architects in Designing for Wind Scott A. Johnston (Miami University) Dec 01, 2008
The Design of Psychologists' Offices: A Qualitative Evaluation of Environment-Function Fit Nicholas J. Watkins, PhD (Cannon Design), Kathryn H. Anthony, PhD (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) Nov 01, 2007
The Decentralized Station: More Than Just Patient Visibility Christina Grimes, AIA (Ballinger), Louis A. Meilink, Jr. AIA (Ballinger) Nov 01, 2017
The Daylight Imperative Eva Behringer (Clemson University) Apr 01, 2011
The Columbia Building Intelligence Project Scott Marble (Columbia University) May 13, 2015
The Clinical Learning and Research Center: An Interdisciplinary, Design-Based Research Project for a Simulated Clinical Dina Battisto, Assoc. AIA (School of Architecture, Clemson University), David Allison, AIA, Yukari Oka Oct 01, 2003
The Challenges of Extended Postpartum Recovery for NICU Mothers Tammy Smith Thompson, MArch, AIA, NCARB, LaShawna Heflin, RN, BSN Nov 01, 2010
The Cancer Patient's Perspectives on Facilities Design Carl Linter (HKS Inc.) Oct 01, 1999
The Campus as a Living Laboratory: Post-Occupancy Evaluation and a Digital Repository as a Teaching Tool Margot McDonald (California Polytechnic State University), Stacey White (Mode Associates), Clare Olsen (California Polytechnic State University), Jeff Landreth (TK1SC), Katie Worden (California Polytechnic State University), Lisa Hayden (California Polytechnic State University), Ted Hyman (ZGF Architects, LLP) May 13, 2015
The Business Case for Green Building: A Review of the Costs and Benefits for Developers, Investors and Occupants World Green Building Council (WGBC) Mar 06, 2013