The British Council for Offices (BCO) polled 1,000 office workers in the United Kingdom to learn more about their workplace experiences.
Stern explores the design of academic buildings and campus master planning.
A team based at the University of Sheffield has found that the public is willing to pay more for greener urban spaces.
Designers are often asked to discuss how their work relates to the lived experiences of people with Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD).
Purcell, Lyons, Dierking, and Fischel investigated programming to meet the needs of adolescents (age 13 -19) at public gardens in the United States.
Costa investigated the tendency of people to sit in the same seat each time they are in a public space.
Hyland and Bateman organized 1,300 different symbols based on their appearance and report signficiant information about each one.
Anita Eerland (Erasmus University), Tulio Guadalupe, and Rolf Zwaan have collected additional evidence indicating that our experience of the physical world has a complex relationship with decisions that we make.
Schnell and his colleagues have identified a positive repercussion of breathing in carbon monoxide that will intrigue urban designers and others.
Jahncke and her colleagues explored the performance repercussions of noise in open-plan offices.