INTERGRATING BIOPHILIC DESIGN AND AFRICAN PEACOCK PATTERNS FOR AMBEATIC CHURCH SPACES USING SUSTAINABLE MATERIALS FOR DESTINATION WEDDINGS.

God`s Touch Ministries is a church that is strategically situated in Ngong, Kajiado county and it is easily accessible to the public. The space was formally the Ministry of Education office in Ngong and was later converted into the current church. The church holds Sunday, Wednesday and Friday services and weddings.
In Kenya there is a rising demand for destination wedding venues and the church does not live up to its full potential as a destination wedding venue. Nowadays due to the increased pollution of the environment there has been global warming which causes climate change. Through literature review and data collection methods the researcher finds that there is need for environmental conservation hence emphasis on selected topics.
This research paper will be divided into five chapters where a breakdown of the topics will be given in detail. In chapter one, we will give a detailed introduction and background leading to this study, the problem statement, objectives resulting into research questions and the scope of the research, as well as the limitations and finally the justification of the study.
In chapter two we will focus on giving a detailed analysis of theoretical literature on Biophilic design, sustainable materials and Peacock patterns and how they are being integrated in current designs to achieve aesthetical trendy and sustainable interior and exterior design spaces. Chapter three will focus more on outlining the research design adopted by the researcher, the Methodology used to collect, analyse and present data of this study by the researcher.
Chapter four will contain a qualitative and quantitative analysis of God`s Touch Ministries which in this case is the case study to this research, the presentation and interpretation of findings. In chapter five will be giving a summary of the findings, and what the researcher gives as a recommendation on the four thematic areas of interior design. The outcome of the project will be a range of design items for both the outdoor and indoor spaces which draw their inspiration from the selected topics.

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