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The Commission for Architecture and the Built Environment (CABE) has studied the design review process and prepared a comprehensive overview of successful design reviews of urban plans and building façades.
Presentation context has a significant influence on alternative selection.
The British Council for Offices’ (BCO) report on the performance ramifications of workplace design discusses the value of using design to communicate company beliefs and values to employees, among many other points.
Finnish researchers have found that adolescents use music in seven different ways to control and improve their moods.
Recent research at the Harvard Medical School further defines the benefits of napping.
Individuals communicate information about themselves through their musical selections and listeners accurately use this information to learn about the people playing the music.
A doctoral student at the University of Manchester has identified many features of school buildings that have negative social repercussions.
Building on previous research showing that men and women have different strategies for learning how to find their way through spaces.
Navigating from one place to another across several floors is a complex process.
Kenneth Helphand presents case studies of unlikely gardens in Defiant Gardens: Making Gardens in Wartime.