A team from Herman Miller has prepared a thoughtful analysis of future spaces, which is available at the Herman Miller website.
The Housing Market Renewal (HMR) Program has been operating in the United Kingdom since 2003.
People who live in older neighborhoods (built before 1950) tend to be healthier than people who live in newer neighborhoods.
Most people are biased toward the left side of a space; they tend to see the middle as more toward the left than it actually is.
People living in poorer countries are just as concerned about environmental quality as citizens of richer countries.
Cama encourages designers to learn about the “Wow” experiences of people who will use the spaces they are developing.
A professor at Rensselaer is developing a way to use the human visual system as a programmable computer.
Symmetry is a salient feature of the built environment.
Dormitories where student rooms are grouped into suites have a lower sense of community than dormitories in which student rooms are arranged along long double-loaded corridors.
Loud music affects the amount of beer that is consumed in a bar.