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The amount of natural vegetation, or greenness, in a neighborhood would logically seem to be equally linked to both perceived physical and mental health, but this is not the case.
Recent research has indicated significant influences of office lighting on worker experience.
Scientists have developed a pioneering tool that can be used to predict and determine the intensity of light pollution.
The quality of an urban environment is regularly assessed using a limited criteria list.
Designers need to consider how their designs would function under extreme circumstances. How can subway stations can be designed to deter and mitigate terrorist attacks?
Physical environments have a significant influence on the development of children.
Praus reports on DEGW research related to Generation Y and workplace design.
Song and Schwarz have researched the influence of type font style on perceptions of activities described in typed messages.
Fostervold and Nersveen investigated the influences of varying the proportions of direct and indirect light in offices on worker experience.
Nostalgia counteracts loneliness.