Practical tool to resolve important issues
Enhance Satisfaction/Quality of Life
Park and Evans assessed the current relevance of Lynch’s work.
Cognitive science research details how workplace design can optimize professional wellbeing and performance by making worker burnout less likely and employee engagement more probable.
Jamrozik and associates investigated how in-office window technology influences cognitive performance and other important aspects of worker experience.
Haapakangas and colleagues studied the experience of moving into an activity-based workplace (ABW).
People have fun at hotels and restaurants but their design is serious business. Understanding the neuroscience of positive experiences for the people who use and own these spaces is very, very important. Hospitality-related science-based insights can guide the development of restaurants, hotels, and many other spaces, both public and private.
Self-Control, nature connections
Supportive facility access drives response
More nuanced understanding of at-work experiences
Crucial resource for designing in walkability