Previous research has shown that educational advantages accrue when vegetation is visible through school windows.
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People with ASD or ADHD live better lives when places and objects they use are designed to reflect how they experience their physical world.
Focus on play zones to maximize play.
The Carnegie Museum of Art in Pittsburgh is currently (though August 11) exhibiting The Playground Project.
Autistic environments often aim to lower stimulary distractors, but sensory enrichment should not be overlooked.
Dawn Coe and Cary Springer have confirmed the benefits of incorporating natural elements into children’s play spaces.
The Daylighting Collaborative presents daylighting design guidelines at the web address noted below.
Novotney reviews recent research on the psychological experience of noise.
A number of new articles provide insight into good park design.
Physical environments have a significant influence on the development of children.