Neuroscience behind the experience of art.
Insights on the links between spoken language and experience of the physical world.
Designers need to be especially aware of office workers' attachment to "stuff."
Museums provide a space for patrons to think, reflect and ponder.
Sound Matters combines an extensive review of the acoustic environments in contemporary offices with tools to alleviate undesirable conditions.
There is a preferred ratio between solid areas and voids (doors and windows).
Patients and doctors often must have frank conversations about personal issues. What is the best design for the rooms in which these conversations take place?
Designers often need to be creative, but what personal and social factors are linked to this ability?
People developing spaces and objects for which smell and color are both important have more information to aid in their work.
The American Society of Interior Designers has had extensive discussions with Fellows of its organization to learn more about how firms can succeed in the new economy.