STUDY OF ARCHITECTURE EVALUATION TO THE ENVIRONMENT : CONCEPTS, THEORIES AND IMPLEMENTATION

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ชาติชาย จันทร์ประทีป

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Concept for a study design mission of humans and environment are related as one cycle which cannot be differentiated of what influences more on the other. Environment influences on humans’ behaviors and living to be learning. On the other hand, activities created by humans are one of the important causes in changing our environment. Whenever the environment is changed, it results in the change in humans as well. Environment that surrounds humans including natural environment, or artificial one, they both deeply influence on humans’ living and survival. This influence relates to all living things and all humans living in this world in term of design for creativity, including many ways for activity management i.e. architectural design, landscape design, interior design, product design, etc. [1] These also create an effect on humans’ ways of living in concept this study ways which importantly relate to knowledge and understanding as well as awareness of creators due to environment occurred would change the components of what are around us Until it was developed as an education. We can see it clearly from the revolution of living in each era. It really depends on environment features that keep being changed.

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จันทร์ประทีปช. (2019). STUDY OF ARCHITECTURE EVALUATION TO THE ENVIRONMENT : CONCEPTS, THEORIES AND IMPLEMENTATION. Journal of Industrial Education, 18(1), 231-239. Retrieved from https://www.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/JIE/article/view/150146
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