Fawcett and Song have developed a mathematical model to quantify how flexible work policies can be expected to influence employee behavior at knowledge-based organizations.
Professors at Clemson University, Architecture + Health; Birdtree Studio; and NXT have researched expected changes in health care and developed a patient room that will optimize the 2020 healthcare experience.
It’s easy for interior designers to draw people’s attention to the passing of time or to money.
Recent research conducted at Johns Hopkins has revealed that looking at nature scenes while hearing nature sounds can help reduce even extreme pain.
Nasar and Cubukcu generated residential streetscapes in virtual environments to study how mystery and surprise influence human experience.
The language you speak influences how you experience the world that surrounds you.
Lamy and his colleagues have investigated how names, particularly place names, make it more likely that people will think specific sorts of thoughts.
Adding white noise to school environments enhances performance of some students and harms that of others.
The Pennsylvania State Hershey Cancer Institute, designed by Payette, has won the Generative Space Health Improvement Award, presented by the CARITAS Project.
Barker reports recent research by the American Institute of Architects (AIA) on the evolving form of American homes.