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2007 Blogs

Traditional forms of academic library design need to be modified as libraries add spaces for more active learning. 

2007 Blogs

Patricia Rizzo, the manager of the residential lighting program at Rennsalear Polytechnic Institute summarizes important research findings applicable to lighting spaces used by older individuals in a recent article for Ultimate Home Design (issue 7, January/February 2007). 

2007 Blogs

The Continental Automated Building Association (CABA) Internet Home Alliance Research Council polled 602 homeowners 25-64 years old with broadband access and household incomes of over $35,000 a year to learn more about how they are using their kitchens today and what technological innovations they would be most interested in adding to their kitchens.

2007 Blogs

Schoolyard gardens can promote healthy eating by adolescents.

2007 Blogs

Researchers have found that music in used in three ways by listeners. 

2007 Blogs

Designers collecting information often have people answer questions using a set of responses that runs from 1 to 5 (or so). 

2007 Blogs

Research by the American Institute of Architects indicates that homeowners are increasingly interested in making their homes more energy efficient. 

2007 Blogs

School environments should, in many ways, be similar to residential environments, according to Jefferey Lackney. 

2007 Blogs

In an interesting study investigating color associations (in the context of selecting colors for medicinal pills) in 11 countries (in North and South America, Asia, and Europe), Lechner, Harrington, and Simonoff noted associations to particular hues.

2007 Blogs

The unique needs of adults with special needs based on their psychological or physical condition are increasingly being recognized, which has ramifications for the design of workplaces, homes, stores, restaurants, healthcare facilities, and other physical environments.

 

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