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1543
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Hight, dean of the College of Architecture, University of North Carolina at Charlotte, critiques the city's modern architecture.
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North Carolina Architecture (NoCar NA 730 N8 N67x), Vol. 40 Issue 4, July/Aug 1992, punnumbered, il, por
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35481
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Energy efficiency was discussed in tandem with factors important to patients. Just as critical as the treatments and equipment were two factors. They were the length of hospital stay (outpatient care was in greater demand) and sense of hospitality exuded by the physical environment and medical staff. Six examples of facilities, either in the Piedmont or Coastal regions, were featured: two hospitals; a children’s hospital; a cancer center; medical center; and research center.
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35480
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This workshop promoted daylighting—the use of natural light—as a viable alternative to artificial light, which had been the standard for many businesses since the 1960s. Factors used in the presentation were positively impacting the visual environment, instilling a sense of comfort, increasing work productivity, and encouraging the creation of different building forms.
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