City Council Chamber Design: The Impact of Interior Design upon the Meeting Process

Cortus T. Koehler

DOI: 10.2190/CYWA-H78P-0QR8-H88M


This is an empirical study of the interrelationship between the interior design of city council chambers and human behavior patterns in the meeting process. The study describes the impact of the interior design of nine different city council chambers upon the meeting process; and makes recommendations regarding design, behavior patterns, and the use of audio-visual technology in city council chambers.

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