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The Venetians built a remarkable city made up of close-knit island neighborhoods within a briny lagoon, centered on fresh ground water cisterns in the middle of sand filled public plazas called campi. There are few cities where one feels so in touch with nature, in the stone of the buildings, the light bouncing off the … Continue reading Architecture, Ecology and the Nature-Culture Continuum →
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The demand that these relatively new features place on patients was perceived to hinder the rehabilitation process (Axelrod et al., 2009). Similar to the architectural dimension, the articles discussed interior design features almost exclusively in terms of how such features support mobility and everyday activities.