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Designing for healing: a cross-cultural approach to the interior design of an art therapy centre for children in Nicaragua
Designing a culturally appropriate space begins by recognizing that culture affects us from the moment we are born. It plays a role in how a child grows up, how a person communicates, how a person perceives time, the beliefs ...
Interweaving place: A transitional interior for refugee women and children set in West Broadway, Winnipeg.
As the world shifts and changes, so do its people, and every day, more refugees are forced out-of-place, out of their homelands, and into a foreign and unfamiliar context. Many of these refugees are women, single mothers, ...