Costa Santos, Sandra

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2016

Relocation and place attachment: House design as an enabler of belonging

Costa Santos, S. & Seo, K. W., 2016, AMPS Proceedings Series 5: Housed by Choice, Housed by Force- Homes, Conflicts and Conflicting Interests. AMPS C.I.O., Vol. 5. p. 34-40 7 p. (AMPS Proceedings; no. 5).

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move
housing
apartment
evidence
natural disaster

Relocation and Place Attachment: Housing Design as an Enabler of Belonging

Costa Santos, S. & Seo, K. W., 2016, AMPS Extended Proceedings: HOUSED by CHOICE HOUSED by FORCE - Homes, Conflicts and Conflicting Interests. 10 p.

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move
housing
apartment
evidence
natural disaster
2010

Learning Architectural Technologies through studio projects in the school of Architecture

Costa Santos, S. & Hilti, H., 2010, EDULEARN10 Proceedings. Barcelona: IATED, p. 4884-4887 4 p.

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Studios
Students
Architectural design
Timber
Teaching
2009

The influence of learning methodologies on the understanding of Architectural Technologies

Costa Santos, S. & Sudhershan, D., 2009, Architectural Design and Construction Education: Experimentation towards Integration. Spiridonidis, C. & Voyatzaki, M. (eds.). Thessaloniki: EAAE, p. 199-207 9 p. (Transactions on Architectural Education).

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methodology
learning
student
questionnaire
school

Understanding spatial meaning: Reading technique in phenomenological terms

Costa Santos, S., Sep 2009, Flesh and Space (Intertwining Merleau-Ponty and Architecture).

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Reading
Research Design