Brichetti, Katharina / Mechsner, Franz
Raumqualitäten erleben, verstehen und entwerfen
Aims and Scope
»Healing design«, »architecture for health«, »urban health« - the call for buildings that are not only designed to function well but also in a way that allows people to feel good and become healthier inside them is getting louder - i.e. for architecture that takes the principles of physical-spatial perception and feeling into consideration. Katharina Brichetti and Franz Mechsner introduce projects of healing and link these to insights from the fields of psychology, neurobiology and phenomenology to show what is the essence of a humane design of space. The effect of a built environment on experiencing in the sense of a »rehumanization of architecture« (Gernot Böhme) is in the center of the focus.
- 230 pages
- Healing,Embodied Mind,Physical Perception,Environmental Psychology,Spritual Architecture,Deceleration,Phenomenological Spatial Research,Health Buildings,Hospital,Medical Practice,Gernot Böhme,Architecture,Psychoanalysis,Medicine,Social Psychology
- Professional and scholarly;