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Children sometimes experience designed environments and objects as adults do. And sometimes they don’t. Design that anticipates how spaces and things are most likely to influence youngsters’ attitudes and behaviors supports their development and wellbeing.
We regularly gather together in larger groups, to learn something new or to be entertained, for example. When we do, we’re often in auditoriums. How can these spaces be designed so that whatever is on the agenda goes well?
Should you specify open spaces or areas with transparent walls? The answer to this question depends on your goals for a space.
Gentle movement calms viewers.
Luxury and helpfulness seem incompatible
Whether leaves are sharp or rounded makes a difference
There are upsides to reduced visibility
Add symbols to strengthen groups
Confirmation: clutter is undesirable
School conditions link indirectly to academic achievement