Print Email Facebook Twitter Designing for animals Title Designing for animals Author Bouwhuis, T. Faculty Architecture Department Architectural Engineering & Technology Date 2012-04-10 Abstract This "designers' manual" is made during the TIDO-course AR0531 Smart & Bioclimatic Design. Providing living space for animals in cities is an underexposed subject in the practice of urban designers. We encounter the results of conflicting situations between humans and animals almost every day, and often the animal getting the worst of it. Designers of the urban environment are not teached to give attention to the needs of animals, while it is prohibited by law to act in such a way that plants or animals are damaged, hurt, disturbed, killed or harmed regarding their natural living environment. This manual will raise the awareness for this problem and offers a selection of possible solutions. Subject AR0531 Smart & Bioclimatic Design To reference this document use: uuid:acafc283-df85-4d6b-abc4-18bde2535ad4 Access restriction Campus only Part of collection Student theses Document type student report Rights (c) 2012 Bouwhuis, T.