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Light level and color influence perceptions of office settings.
Residential units at floor level add to street appeal.
Humans feel more satisfied when closer to a window.
Two studies in Arizona are providing more information about how homeowners appreciate and use their grass or desert residential landscapes.
In this issue we modify our format to help you find the information you need at a glance.
This generously illustrated book is a readable review of the history of residential design and a philosophical treatise on the psychological value of the home.
Key Homes of the Twentieth Century is a scintillating romp through innovative homes built since 1900.
People are happier when looking at trees than inanimate objects, and are happiest when viewing spreading trees.
People viewing abstract art can find the experience frustrating and may dislike the art, but descriptions can help.
In this study, researchers comprehensively examined how color hue, saturation, and brightness relate to viewer pleasure and energy level.