People: Community-First Approach
 

Architecture has potentials to change people’s lives and promote quality of life as it deals with human comfort, social equity, health and well-being, and education. The community of users from diverse background and socio-economic standing and all beneficiaries of the designed environment, hence, should be involved throughout the entire design process to ensure that their needs and wishes are carefully considered.

Thermal, visual, acoustical, physical, and psychological comfort—associated with aspects of heating, cooling, ventilation and air quality, daylighting, views, water management, noise management, and material selection—are evidently imperative to occupant satisfaction and productivity.

In addition, these solutions provide educational opportunities to enhance environmental consciousness

New Sports Complex at

Evergreen Valley College, San Jose, CA