Nanu and colleagues investigated how hotel lobby design influences opinions formed of hotels.
Another study indicates that there are intriguing similarities between our online experiences and those we have in real life.
Arshamian and teammates determined that worldwide people tend to find the same odors pleasant to smell.
New research verifies that sensory experiences vary by culture.
Rossel and teammates’ research confirms that many factors influence what we see.
Eneix reports on recent developments in the field of archaeoacoustics in an intriguing article—her work confirms that there are lots of people out there studying interesting things.
Bafna and colleagues studied how home design can support the wellbeing of older individuals (mean age of participants in their study was 69.5).
People who design public spaces where crowding can be an issue will be intrigued by the findings of a new paper published in the Proceedings of the Royal Society B.
Work by a research team lead by Van Den Eeden provides additional evidence that living near green spaces is good for our health.
Research indicates that urban design is affecting neighborhood temperatures.