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Research Submitted

Titlesort descending Author Date
A Form Full of Function: The Aesthetic of Efficiency and the Planning of German Outpatient Treatment Centers Scott McCuen Koytek (kšln), Georg P. MŸller Oct 01, 2005
A Green Community Wellness Center: Expanding the Scope of Design for Health Dina Battisto, PhD, March (Clemson University), David Allison, AIA, ACHA (Clemson University), Linda Crew, RN, MBA (Joseph F. Sullivan Center, Clemson University) Oct 01, 2006
A New Concept in Convenient Community Care: Physicians Plus W. Jerry Murray, AIA, NCARB (Rooney Clinger Murray, Architects) Jul 01, 1999
A New International Opportunity: Importing Foreign Experience Back to the United States B. Wayne Fishback, AIA (Wong, Ouyang Architects and Engineers, Fishback & Associates) Oct 01, 2000
A New Knowledge Structure for Designing Net-Zero Energy Buildings Mark DeKay (University of Tennessee), G. Z. Brown (University of Oregon) May 01, 2013
A Novel Approach for Investigating Canopy Heat Island Effects on Building Energy Performance: A Case Study of Center City of Philadelphia, PA Farzad Hashemi (The Pennsylvania State University), Lisa Domenica Iulo (The Pennsylvania State University), Ute Poerschke (The Pennsylvania State University) Oct 02, 2020
A One Man User Group: The Architect Becomes a Patient David J. Reichard, AIA (Helman Hurley Charvat Peacock/Architects, Inc.) Dec 01, 1999
A Patient Room Prototype: Bridging Design and Research Dina Battisto, Ph.D., March, David Allison, AIA, ACHA Sep 01, 2008
A Research-Based Environment: A NICU That Feels Like Home Susan T. Williams, AIA (E. Lynn App Architects, Inc.), Cynthia A. Burger, RN, BSN (The Children's Medical Center, Dayton, OH) Oct 01, 1998
A Room of One's Own: An Innovative Model for Patient-Centered Surgical Care Peter S. Harsh, AIA, CCS (E. Lynn App Architects, Inc.), Todd A. Gindelberger, AIA (E. Lynn App Architects, Inc.), Ami M. Bement (E. Lynn App Architects, Inc.), Mary M. Gregory, RN, BA, BSN (HealthCare Design Consultant), Karen S. Herby, RN, MBA, CHE (The Children's Medical Center, Dayton, OH) Oct 01, 1999