Richard Coles is Emeritus Professor of Landscape in the Birmingham School of Architecture and Design, based in the Faculty of the Arts, Design and Media, Birmingham City University, UK. His research involves understanding the nature of environmental interaction and the development of environments that are supportive of the needs of users. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.
Sandra Costa is a Researcher and Lecturer in Landscape Architecture at the Birmingham School of Architecture and Design, Birmingham City University. Her research examines the nature of person-place interactions, exploring the choreographies of the experience and how individuals negotiate well-being. She received her PhD from Birmingham City University researching immersive walking techniques involving self-narrated walking. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.
Sharon Watson is a Landscape Architect focusing on aspects of community engagement and research involving children. She has extensive experience of working with schools and the educational sector, where she has developed sophisticated child-centric methodologies involving the use of digital media. Her current research involves working with children in investigating their responses to the natural world and the different agencies offered by current technology, focusing on the wild places that exist in urban situations. She holds a PhD from Birmingham City University. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.
Pathways to Well-being In Design: Examples from the Arts, Humanities and the Built Environment
PATHWAYS TO WELL-BEING
Richard Coles, Sandra Costa and SharonWatson
Frameworks of disciplinary practice and academic enquiry
We start this discussion by considering the frameworks surrounding well-being
investigation evident within each...
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