In previous newsletters we have been somewhat general in arguing how sociology can offer distinct perspectives and possible solutions to architectural design problems. In this article we instead give a specific hypothetical problem that might well confront the architect. In doing so we might be able to see what sociology can offer the architect in terms of possible insights and solutions, and we might also find that in analyzing one problem we may well find connections to still larger problems.
Architecture | Interior Architecture | Place and Environment | Sociology
Sociology and the search for architectural design solutions: Discovering that the problem might be bigger than we thought.