Activities per year
Landscaping and Behaviour: Inability to control behaviour triggers the increase in attention to landscape maintenance.
Landmarks and Healing: At each stage of therapy the clients regain independence and access to new activities and places – those become landmarks and symbols of becoming well.
Fragmentation and Fear: Like barriers and fences, disturbances such as noise and traffic, enforces the fragmentation in the way the landscape is perceived.The object of this reflection is a collection of 56 maps that visualise the ground conditions of the site, the clients and visitors that inhabit it, the institution that governs it, and the narratives that connect the three. This selection of topics is described, and conclusions are drawn on the intertwined conditions of mental and environmental health in urban green areas.
|Publication status||Published - 22 Dec 2019|
|Event||Architecture Media Politics Society (AMPS) Conference: Experiential Design – Rethinking relations between people, objects and environments - Florida State University, Florida, United States|
Duration: 16 Jan 2020 → 17 Jan 2020
|Conference||Architecture Media Politics Society (AMPS) Conference|
|Period||16/01/20 → 17/01/20|
- mental health
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Bekkering, J. D. & Dimitrova, K. O.
1/12/18 → 30/11/20
Project: Research directFile
- 1 Conference contribution
Dimitrova, K. O., Bekkering, J. D. & Schröder, T. W. A., 17 Dec 2020, Experiential Design – Rethinking relations between people, objects and environments. McLane, Y. & Pable, J. (eds.). Tallahassee, Florida, p. 190-198 9 p. (AMPS PROCEEDINGS SERIES; vol. 18.2).
Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceeding › Conference contribution › Academic › peer-reviewOpen Access