Research conducted by Sreedhari Desai and Francesca Gino confirms the importance of the nonverbal cues we find in our physical environment.
The General Services Administration (GSA) has released online a 3-D interactive program to streamline the planning of sustainable office buildings.
Green office design can have positive effects on the attitudes and behaviors of people who work in them.
Brager and Baker investigated occupant satisfaction in mixed-mode buildings.
Brown and Cole completed post-occupancy analyses of two Canadian buildings (one green, one conventionally designed) to learn more about occupant comfort in buildings and comfort related behaviors.
Healthcare design needs for adolescents, elders and everyone inbetween.
Several articles from a special issue of Built Environment explores "sustainable buildings" and its associated practical consequences.
Providing workers with control of aspects of their physical environments has clear psychological benefits.
Researchers from Michigan State University have more good news about green buildings.
How does knowing you’re in a green building influence how comfortable you think you are?