There is mounting evidence that people with autism perceive the world differently than people without it.
Ann Devlin comprehensively reviews Americans’ relationships with the structures they build in What Americans Build and Why.
In their bestseller, Switch, Chip and Dan Heath profile ways in which place design can be used to mold behavior.
O’Neill relates employee environmental control to enhanced performance at the individual, group, and organizational levels.
Natural settings increase a person’s energy levels – regardless of whether those settings are physically experienced, viewed in photographs, or imagined.
Huibers and his colleagues investigated the influences of meteorological conditions such as temperature, sunshine, and rain on seasonal variations in depression and sad feelings among a sample population living in the Netherlands.
Sharmin and his colleagues investigated how designers use physical and electronic artifacts during the early stages of a design project.
Not all open floor plans are created equal.
McGuire and McLaren investigated the relationship between the design of the physical workplace environment and employee commitment.
Bordens was interested in learning if supplying viewers with information about the historical context of the artistic style of a piece of art would make them feel more positive about the art.