Here’s something to ponder the next time you hear that an environment is too noisy.
Trips back from destinations generally seem shorter than trips to them.
Kuhbandner and his colleagues have collected additional evidence that emotional state, which can be influenced by design decisions, can influence sensory information stored in memory.
The Harvard Business Review recently published a report on an office redesign project at Lilly.
Cheema and Bagchi recently published research confirming the value of visually displaying information related to goal achievement.
Creative entrepreneurs are the rock stars, sometimes literally, of our creative economy.
A team of researchers affiliated with the MIT Media Lab and the Macro Connections group are using modern tools to investigate thoughts generated by urban spaces.
Recent research indicates that brief, brisk (but not running) walks can enhance our ability to remember things.
US Census data are a useful resource for designers creating spaces that are sustainable because they are desirable places both today and tomorrow.
Researchers at Tel Aviv University and Clalit Healthcare Services determined that “employees who believe that they have the personal support of their peers at work are more likely to live a longer life.”