Sabine Meier studied theming of residential space and architecture. Meier argues that themed residential space and architecture meet the desire of fractions of the middle class to live in small-scale environments with like-minded people.
Theming is defined as the application of a narrative to places and the built environment to make them more appealing that they otherwise would be.
Sabine Meier, Living in imaginary places. On the creation and consumption of themed residential architecture.
The supervisor is Prof. Arnold Reijndorp, co-supervisor Dr. Ir. Lia Karsten.