AnnaMarie Bliss is a Ph.D. candidate in Architecture at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. She holds a professional Master of Architecture degree from Kansas State University. In practice, she works as a historic preservation designer focusing on historic governmental properties and downtown revitalizations. Her dissertation work examines human perceptional interactions at the thresholds of contemporary additions to tourist-historic architecture in Barcelona, Spain. Additionally, her recent studies include examining the efficacy of using images and social media as a means for research in historic preservation and architectural design. She is a P.E.O. Scholar, the highest honor for women in doctoral studies. Her work has been distinguished in architectural studies by being awarded the American Institute of Architects of Kansas Student Honor Award and Alpha Rho Chi Medal of Honor. She currently teaches graduate history and theory of architecture courses and undergraduate design studios at the University of Illinois. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.
Human-Centered Built Environment Heritage Preservation: Theory and Evidence-Based Practice
Image for the Future
of the Historic City
Photo-Elicitation and Architectural
Preservation in Barcelona
Human beings imbue meaning into the built environment using their experiences and perceptions
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