The Behavioral Basis of Environmental Design for Human Beings
Can sustainable urban regeneration make people rich? Do sustainable urban regenerated spaces really make people rich? Could hard space respond to the diverse and ever-changing needs of people? Doesn’t it force people to moderation? People do not change according to the environment. People adapt the environment according to themselves.
KeywordsEnvironmental Design Personal Space Reference Domain Object Person Interpersonal Distance
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