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Conditions on the uninsulated floor are much more conducive to the growth of dust mites than those on insulated floors.
Any pleasant smell will improve the performance of a retail space, but some smells might be more effective than others.
Research results from a study of waiting room design in outpatient medical facilities can be extrapolated to the design of any waiting area.
When planning healing heathcare outdoor spaces, here are succinct lists of features to include, and features to avoid.
Designing rooms in which a variety of different media need to be read and analyzed can be tricky, particularly when some of the media involved are digital radiology images.
How do the light and color present in the workplace influences the mood of the people in those spaces? Researchers studied people at various latitudes throughout the world in real work environments to investigate these relationships.
Analyzing the spatial layout, or the floorplate, of work environments is starting to produce information useful for practitioners.
With care, electrochromic (EC) windows can be used to enhance the quality of the work environment.
Research has uncovered several ways that physical environments can encourage people to climb stairs.
Curved contours on objects are preferred to sharp angled contours. This finding has implications for the design of places, and for furniture.