Spatial Translations: A chronicle of the 'Hospital for Broken Things' installation in Hangzhou, China

McLeod, R 2018, 'Spatial Translations: A chronicle of the 'Hospital for Broken Things' installation in Hangzhou, China' in Gregory Marinic and Ziad Qureshi (ed.) International Journal of Interior Architecture and Spatial Design Volume 5, ASD Publications, a Division of ATRIUM Press, University of Houston, United States, pp. 24-39.


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Title Spatial Translations: A chronicle of the 'Hospital for Broken Things' installation in Hangzhou, China
Author(s) McLeod, R
Year 2018
Title of book International Journal of Interior Architecture and Spatial Design Volume 5
Publisher ASD Publications, a Division of ATRIUM Press, University of Houston
Place of publication United States
Editor(s) Gregory Marinic and Ziad Qureshi
Start page 24
End page 39
Subjects Interior Design
Summary The paper chronicled the conception and execution of an installation which addressed the issues surrounding cultural and environmental sustainability. As a response to the theme of 'healing' the installation employed sensorial and cultural cues to engender a reflective experience for the visitor, a moment to consider the nature of the world and question their role in taking care of it.
Copyright notice Copyright © 2018 ASD., All rights reserved under International and Pan-American Copyright Conventions
Keyword(s) interior design
sustainability
phenomenolgy
ISBN 9780988764347
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