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Posted by  bijayini on July 30, 2003 at 00:20:48:

In Reply to:  Re: The never ending thesis question posted by Zahid Usman on July 25, 2003 at 10:34:44:

hi,
i agree with zaheed. u just can't catter to every ones every type of emotions. it is impossible and if u do what will u do after that?
so, choose a building type(for eg. a hospital)and then under stand the emotional and physical needs of the users( doctors, staff and of course the patients and their attendants) the patients are physically hurt and emotionally hypersensitive to their environment - be it colour, noise and the look as a whole.understand them and provide a soothing and reassureing atmosphere to them. the staff is under tremendous pressure causeit is a matter of life n death. a nurse walks miles in one day and ends up with joint pain. make the circulation in the bld. easy and reduce the number of steps as much as possible.
i am giving this eg. 'cause in hospital plng. the sugessions of the user is never available. u have to think for them. u combine i.q. with e.q.-emotional quotient, and your design will be the best.
hope my sugessions will help u. all the best. bye.

 
 
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