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CASE STUDY OUTLINE
Case studies should generally subscribe to the following organization:
· Title. A thoughtful title that captures the essence of the case study.
· Abstract. (or Summary) A one- or two-paragraph statement summing up the study (what, why, when, where, how, and who). This summary introduces the project, questions, hypothesis, and highlights of the important findings.
· Introduction. (or Background). Describes what you did, and why it was of interest—opens the door to the case study and tries to get the passersby to enter. Typically several paragraphs, the introduction includes background information about the building/space, the designer's intent, the myriad of interesting topics to study, what sparked your team's curiosity, and how the team decided on the topic.
· Hypothesis. (or Hypotheses). Presents the hypothesis (or hypotheses) that is the basis of your investigation, describes the question(s) that led to development of the hypothesis, and explains why the hypothesis was framed as it was (technical background, design interest, occupant concerns, etc.). Include a series of inquiry questions that would logically help you substantiate or refute the hypothesis. These will logically serve as stepping-stones for the methodology.
· Methodology. Describes the step-by-step procedure employed and explains why it is appropriate to this case study, provi...

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