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A review of the research and two important resources for those designing spaces that are pleasing acoustically.
Research indicates that actual and perceived temperatures in a space have a significant influence on how people experience that place.
How does seeing patterns influence us psychologically?
What makes a home office “work”? A recent review provides a concise checklist for people creating offices, wherever they are.
Recently there’s been a lot of focus on creating spaces in which people with low or no vision can be comfortable.
When people think about walking, they usually just think about how it can improve physical health—but research shows that taking a stroll also enhances our mental performance, and has other surprising benefits.
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Criteria for designing successful common dorm spaces.
Positive acoustic experiences can be created in cities.
Research provides clues about image properties that elicit negative emotional responses.
Lighting and overall design influence how safe people feel.