Architecture & Spirtuality; an Architecture-Centered Aesthetic Experience

dc.contributor.advisor Rockwood, David Grimm, Shae
dc.contributor.department Architecture 2017-05-04T22:34:49Z 2017-05-04T22:34:49Z 2010-05
dc.description.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.
dc.format.extent 194 pages
dc.language.iso eng
dc.title Architecture & Spirtuality; an Architecture-Centered Aesthetic Experience
dc.type Doctorate Project
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