This course centres on understanding holistic concepts such as wellbeing, restoration, social inclusion and health and their implications for design of the built environment. The outdoor environment is the focus of the course, specifically the implications for design in a range of settings, including hospitals, schools, parks, public and recreational spaces; for the population as a whole and for a range of specific population groups including children and youth, the elderly and people with disabilities.
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