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Title: Regeneration Through Connection
Author: Hoff, Danielle
Abstract: Citing the world’s current rate of natural resource use, there will be little left of the world that is natural within a generation. The current cycle of environmental degradation is so extreme that the natural environment can no longer keep up with the built environment’s demand. This thesis explores the way in which designers shape and create the built environment in an attempt to find an alternate solution. The way in which designers address the built environment must change. This thesis explores a solution where the built environment actually regenerates the human condition. If this kind of built environment is created, then the current human degradation can be stopped and even reversed. This would create a built and natural environment that is not only sustainable but also regenerated. This is a world where the built and natural environment are no longer separate or competing but instead are at peace with one another, coexisting and interdependent; blending into one whole environment. Typology: Holistic Wellness and Retreat Center, Square Footage: 36,000, Site: Mid America Steel in Downtown Fargo, ND.
Date: 2012-05
Subject: Health facilities.
Holistic medicine.
Mind and body.
Fargo (N.D.)
North Dakota.
Permalink: http://hdl.handle.net/10365/19977

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