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Architecture & Spirtuality; an Architecture-Centered Aesthetic Experience
|Title:||Architecture & Spirtuality; an Architecture-Centered Aesthetic Experience|
|Issue Date:||May 2010|
|Abstract:||This research was executed in three stages; data collection and analysis, internship, and interviews. First, by assessing two case study communities through site visits and conducting a comparative analysis of the two predominant cultural groups; second, a semester of research and internship at an architecture firm resulting in the production of an architectural checklist for culturally appropriate design; and third, conducting interviews with members of case study communities, including experts from the UH Department of Anthropology as well as the Center for Pacific Island Studies.|
|Appears in Collections:||2010|
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