A Response to Genderism and to Meet the Needs of the LGBTQ+ Community Through Interior Design Solutions
Lu, Zixuan (Medea)
Savannah, Georgia: Savannah College of Art and Design (Atlanta)
Thesis (M.F.A.) -- Interior Design
Savannah College of Art and Design -- Department of Interior Design
Includes bibliographical references (pages 88-92) and glossary.
"Despite frequent public conversations around gender and sexuality in the mass media, many research studies still ignore LGBTQ+ youth as a population worth studying. Thus, this thesis intends to focus on LGBTQ+ youth to propose creative and inclusive design solutions through the concept of 'Non-binary interior design,' and determine how to link the research conclusions with the interior space to provide better spatial experiences for the LGBTQ+ community. Also, Link with design theories of Maslow's hierarchy of needs, gender theory, Inclusive design theory, color theory, biophilia, and so on, to promote social communication and inclusivity by forging a cohesive design language a place to signify inclusion." --Abstract
CHAIR: Robinson, Liset
Schafer Rea, Challie
1 online resource: 1 PDF (Thesis, 99 pages, color illustrations, plans)
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