The increasingly facile tools of geodesign create new opportunities for integrating the sciences of human health into landscape interventions. This paper tests those opportunities using examples from a series of graduate design studios as an investigation of ways that these fields can advance to-gether. The paper concludes with a discussion of outcomes as well as implications for future efforts integrating geohealth and geodesign.
All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes
- Computer Science Applications
- Nature and Landscape Conservation
- Geography, Planning and Development
- Data-driven design
- Human health
- Regional design