The AIA has formed a new social-media partnership, with Broadcastr, that may ultimately lead to fascinating insights on how we use and experience space.
Healthcare Design has prepared an introduction to effective bariatric design in healthcare environments, which is available without charge at the web address below.
Ravi Mehta, Rui Zhu, and Amar Cheema investigated noise levels in retail environments and their repercussions for shopper behavior.
Leonard investigated the push to green workplace design using ethnographic research tools.
Research by Marc Berman, a post-doctoral fellow at Baycrest’s Rotman Research Institute in Toronto and colleagues has linked walking in natural settings and improved memory function in people with major depression.
Kolb, Gockel, and Werth confirmed that temperature does indeed affect behavior.
PBS has released the list of the 10 influential American buildings it will profile in an upcoming series titled “10 Buildings That Changed America.”
Some individuals are more oriented toward the people in their environment and some to things.
The number of obese children in the United States has increased interest in any of their activities that burn calories.
Roenneberg and his colleagues tie discrepancies between circadian rhythms and daily responsibilities to obesity, and these circadian rhythm/daily responsibility disconnects (termed “social jetlag”) can arise through lack of exposure to natural light.