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|Create Date||November 14, 2018|
|Last Updated||December 18, 2018|
When people control their indoor environments, they are more likely to be satisfied with them. This paper questions many of the prevailing assumptions and practices that are resulting in energy intensive, unsatisfying, and in many cases uncomfortable, unhealthy, and unproductive building environments. Then it describes a direction for more satisfying, less resource intensive solutions to providing building occupants what they want while lessening buildings’ impacts on the environment.