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Design Issues cover research projects that pertain to the art and science of creating and sustaining the built environment and include case studies of projects.

Titlesort ascending Date Author
Stress Reduction by Using Art in an Intensive Care Unit Jul 01, 2005 Åke Forsgren, BA
Strategies for Integrated Design of Sustainable Tall Buildings Dec 10, 2008 Mir M. Ali, Ph.D. (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign), Paul J. Armstrong, MArch, R.A. (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
Strategies for Accommodating Obese Patients in an Acute Care Setting Sep 01, 2008 Andy Collignon, J.D., AIA
Strategic Computing Complex : A Whole Building Design Guide Case Study Mar 30, 2017 Whole Building Design Guide, a program of the National Institute of Building Sciences
Step into the Patient Room of the Future Jul 01, 2005 Terri Zborowsky
State-of-the-Art Medical Center Provides Senior Services Designed to Accommodate an Aging Population Nov 20, 2017 The Center for Heath Design
State of the Art of NFPA 285 Apr 13, 2015 Brian Kuhn, Simpson Gumpertz & Heger Inc.
State of the Art Methodology to Assess Energy Facade Retrofits (EFR) Feb 12, 2014 Andrea Martinez (University of Southern California, Anders Carlson (University of Southern California)
State of the Art in Evaluation Durability of Exterior Plasters Apr 13, 2015 Dariusz Gawin,Department of Building Physics & Building Materials, Lodz University of Technology, Po, Marcin Koniorczyk, Department of Building Physics & Building Materials, Lodz University of Technolog, Piotr Konca, Department of Building Physics & Building Materials, Lodz University of Technology, Pol
Sponge: A New Technology for Performative Surfaces Apr 06, 2015 Inanc Eray (Inanc Eray Architects)
Spirit of Place, Spirit of Discovery: Special Program to Celebrate the Centenary of Jonas Salk’s Birth Sep 18, 2014 Peter Salk, M.D., Johnathan D. Salk, M.D., John Paul Eberhard, FAIA
Speeding Up Hospital Construction Nov 25, 2014 MCD
Specification of Color-Rendering Properties of Fluorescent Lamps May 01, 1953 Charles W. Jerome, Deane B. Judd
Speaking Space: Developing a Cognitive Language for Architects Sep 18, 2014 Milton Shinberg, AIA, NCARB, LEED AP (The Catholic University of America)
Spatial Patterns of Hospital Utilization: The Impact of Distance and Time May 09, 1984 Marjorie A. McGuirk and Frank W. Porell
Spatial Manifestations of the Human Psyche Sep 18, 2014 Ashley Brooke Biren (Ryerson University)
Spatial Configuration and Social Life for People Experiencing Dementia Mar 27, 2013 Keith Diaz Moore (University of Kansas), Farhana Ferdous (University of Kansas)
Sound Practices: Noise Control in the Healthcare Environment Nov 01, 2007 Roger B. Call, AIA, ACHA, LEED AP (Herman Miller for Healthcare)
Sound Masking Systems and Their Effectiveness: Does Sound Masking Really Work? Dec 19, 2014 Ivan E. Desroches, MRAIC, OAAAS, A.Sc.T. (Perkins+Will)
Sound Design Intervention in an Open Studio: Linking Behavior, Spatial, and Acoustic Analysis Apr 06, 2015 Aaron Michelle Baker (Southern Polytechnic State University)
Sound Control for Improved Outcomes in Healthcare Settings Jan 01, 2007 Anjali Joseph, PhD, EDAC, Roger Ulrich, PhD
Something Borrowed: Defining an Emerging Covenant between Architecture and Materials Jun 23, 2010 Rashida Ng (Temple University)
Some Spectral Luminosity Curves Obtained by Flicer and Equality of Brightness Photometers Nov 01, 1910 Herbert E. Ives
Some Prospects for Simulating Human Behavior in High-Rise Building Fires: A Pilot Demonstration Jan 01, 1976 Fred I. Stahl (The City University of New York)
Some Factors Influencing the Night Visibility of Roadway Obstacles Mar 06, 1957 D. M. Finch

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