Bluyssen reviews the literature on human experience of indoor environments.
Kathy Hathorn, the CEO of American Art Resources, discusses some of the recent research conducted by her firm in an interview with Richard Peck.
ndergraduate and graduate students do not benefit in exactly the same ways from campus green spaces.
If you’ve got company in the woods and you can only stay for a relatively short period, is it worth going on that hike?
Light shielding in spaces for sleeping is crucial.
In a comprehensive study, Stamps has investigated the effects of various aspects of the physical environment on perceived spaciousness.
Researchers from Israel have added to the literature indicating that there are cross-cultural consistencies in odors assessed as pleasant.
Previous research has shown that the way that questions are asked influences the responses received and that gestures convey information.
Designers often want to ask people questions on surveys that may be difficult to answer honestly – not because survey-takers don’t know the answer to the questions, but because they feel there will be negative repercussions to answering them honestly.
Hanna Falk has recently defended a dissertation at the University of Gothenburg in Sweden that reiterates the importance of creating a sense of home among elderly residents of group living environments.