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The Urban Land Institute, in conjunction with the Paul Milstein Center for Real Estate at Columbia’s Business School, has sponsored a study analyzing the influence that changing population demographics will have on demand for real estate in many countries around the world.
Too many personal objects in view within a workspace tarnish a professional image.
Mirrors in exercise environments have been associated with negative psychological states.
Chang and Wu have identified several desirable product shapes.
Metaphors are useful.
Design is good for business.
Children with ADHD concentrate better when they can hear white noise.
Baby boomers carefully assess the hospitals to which they are admitted.
When people working in offices are given control of the lighting fixtures in their work areas, via a wireless control system, energy use drops dramatically and employees have a positive reaction to influencing the lighting levels in their workplaces.
Several different configurations of walls and underfloor air distribution systems have been shown to meet normal speech privacy standards.