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IJSTR >> Volume 9 - Issue 10, October 2020 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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ISSN 2277-8616



The Universal Design Between Human Physical And Psychological Capabilities Within The Interior Spaces

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AUTHOR(S)

Amany Mashhour Hendy

 

KEYWORDS

Universal Design, Psychological capabilities, Physical capabilities, Human perception, Human differences, Environmental psychology, Comfortable design.

 

ABSTRACT

In light of contemporary developments that covered all fields, the companies struggle to acquire a broad base in consumers for the products offered in the global markets. They depend on the tremendous technological development that contributed to the convergence of the nations and societies. And the designers sought to achieve the universal design that obtains a widespread among broad societal levels and segments, according to its ease of perception from all people with different abilities.The expansion of the application of the universal design includes the buildings' interior design to facilitate the interaction of individuals with the internal elements and to percept its details quickly. Therefore, the need came to define the extent to which the universal design principles can be achieved in the interior design spaces. And if it could deal with the variant human capabilities and whether its application in the buildings' interior may conflict with the fulfillment of different human needs. This research aims to clarify if it can provide the principles of the universal design that may contribute to achieving human comfort, psychologically and physically, in interior spaces, and that is through the analytical and the interpretative studies.

 

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