Message - "The Art and Science of Human Habitat"

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Posted by  Donald Reszel on November 10, 2003 at 15:56:34:

Save this Date (especially you Harry P as its right up your alley) regarding the contributions of the neurosciences to understanding the human response to the built environment:

April 22-25, 2004

The AIA National Committee on Design presents a forum in San Diego and La Jolla, California:

"The Art and Science of Human Habitat"

This special event will feature the work of architects such as Louis Kahn, Irving Gill, and Rudolf Schindler; visits to sites such as the Salk Institute, The Neurosciences Institute, the La Jolla Women's Club, new housing in San Diego, the New School of Architecture, and the University of California at San Diego; and much more.

With San Diego as the focal point, the Committee on Design will look to the past and present for an empirical understanding of some of the most significant architectural contributions to human comfort and the human habitat. This foundation will inspire and inform the Committee's ongoing dialogue about future contributions of the neurosciences to understanding the human response to the built environment.

Mark your calendars! Space will be limited, and registration begins after January 1. Please wait until then to make your plans.

I hope it will help in contribuiting to your "Thesis Research". BTW, you may wnat to contact this group and find out the results from last years Forum under this similar topic.

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