Design for Wellbeing in UK Built Environment Curricula, by Sabine Coady Schäbitz and Martin Field was supported by a CHOBE research grant

This report addresses the much-used buzzword ‘Wellbeing’ in the Built Environment. It outlines a review of the extent to which principles relating to Design for Wellbeing are being approached in any systematic manner within the curricula of Built Environment Higher Education institutions, and of how the future development of Design for Wellbeing perspectives and skills could be promoted within Built Environment Higher Education institutions and professional accreditations. you can read it here

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