Physical Site Analysis

The Built Environment Mapping the space 1. identify the location for the site analysis 2. observation of existing conditions 3, boundaries take note of objects and layout 4. activity that goes on in this environment 5. final inventory from observations Field Notes 1. data sheet with two columns 2. note: date, time, location, subject type 3. observation column => measurable observations 4. personal response => thoughtful, feelings, questions 5. study notes => pay attention to patterns, repetition, questions, further supporting research Note: definitions of sensory descriptions 1. More details => be more descriptive 2. Engage => use one or more senses 3. object visibility => use senses as the lens to magnify observations Primary Sources 1. interview community 2. survey community 3. observation and experimentation 4. social media for contributors and supporters 5. photo archive of artifacts for discussion Empirical v.s. Interpretive empirical conclusions are measurable for interpretive...
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