This book effectively discusses the roles of participants in the urban planning process, the importance of public expenditures that foster continuing private investments, and the usefulness of outlined planning strategies to communities of various sizes.
The professors and graduates of the School of Architecture and Urban Planning (SARUP) at the University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee have made significant contributions to practice and research in environment and behavior-based design.
This book will interest people intrigued by the ways designers have used mirrors—indoors and out—over time, and also individuals fascinated by the effects, psychological and otherwise, created by using mirrors.
Hotel Design is filled with practical information detailing criteria that should be used to make important design decisions, and the human experience in the spaces developed is thoroughly reviewed.
This handbook devotes attention to conservation-related issues, as well as standard environmental psychology topics.
IAAP [International Association of Applied Psychology] Handbook of Applied Psychology, First Edition.
This book contanins important resources for people who are interested in applying environment-behavior and design psychology related research.
This book usefully reviews the link between aesthetics and truly sustainable design at all scales, from easily portable objects to entire cities.
Teachers’ Construction of Space and Place: School Architectural Design as a Context of Teachers’ Work
The conclusions in this book are exceptionally well grounded in the environment-behavior literature and research.
This is a book that should not only inform the design of secure settings, but all environments in which humans need to feel comfortable and secure.
This book is most useful when it reviews the human side of creativity.