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DOI: 10.61784/tsshr240173


Okada Yu


School of Information Science, University of South Carolina, USA.

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Okada Yu


This article uses research methods such as induction and comparative analysis to analyze the literature on sustainable indoor environment design collected in domestic and foreign literature databases, as well as related professional books at home and abroad, with the aim of analyzing the current research field of sustainable indoor environment design. A relatively comprehensive understanding of research progress can be provided to provide certain reference theory and basis for future research.


Sustainability; Indoor environment; Humanities


Okada Yu. Current status of humanistic research on sustainable indoor environment design. Trends in Social Sciences and Humanities Research. 2024, 2(1): 11-15. DOI: 10.61784/tsshr240173.


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