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A professor at Rensselaer is developing a way to use the human visual system as a programmable computer.
Symmetry is a salient feature of the built environment.
Dormitories where student rooms are grouped into suites have a lower sense of community than dormitories in which student rooms are arranged along long double-loaded corridors.
Loud music affects the amount of beer that is consumed in a bar.
The population is getting heavier.
Designers often ask people to make choices between various options.
Vacant lots can benefit the humans living around them, according to a recent report by the Commission for Architecture and the Built Environment (CABE).
The sound of a television playing in the background influences how children play, even if the television is playing an adult program (such as Jeopardy!) that is of no interest to them.
The UK’s Commission for Architecture and the Built Environment (CABE) has prepared an insightful report profiling ways that public spaces can be designed to accommodate global warming.
Perceived danger reduces restorative effects.