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Doğu, Güler Ufuk (1997)
Publisher: Bilkent University
Languages: English
Types: Doctoral thesis
Subjects: Wayfinding and orientation, Wayfinding in shopping, Shopping mall, Means of wayfinding, NA2765 .D64 1997, Architectural design., Space perception., Architecture--Decision-making., Space (Architecture) -- Designs and plans.
Ankara : Department of Interior Architecture and Environmental Design and Institute of Fine Arts, Bilkent University, 1997. Includes bibliographical refences. The aim of this thesis is to study the main factors which affect the wayfinding and orientation of individuals in a shopping mall and explain how their behaviors are influenced by these factors. The spatial and individual factors and their properties are defined. Among the spatiaf factors, shape and dimensions, light and color, building configuration, visual accessibility, circulation systems, and signage are considered. Age, gender, occupation, disability, individual psychology and purpose(s) are analyzed as individual factors. Also, the relation between the shopping activity and wayfinding are discussed. The profile of a sample from the Turkish society is tried to be clarified through their wayfinding behaviors during shopping. Properties of a shopping mall is defined from the point of wayfinding, and a case study is conducted in Karum Shopping Center, Ankara. Dogu, Güler Ufuk
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