Researchers from Wageningen University (The Netherlands) and corporate sponsors are discretely observing diners in a specially outfitted “Restaurant of the Future.”
In 2007, the Project for Public Spaces (PPS) investigated ways to increase the diversity of people using parks and similar places (“Placemaking in a Pluralistic World: Using Public Spaces to Encourage and Celebrate Social Diversity”).
The iPhone desk is here!
Music volume influences the drinking of alcohol.
Martin reports in Nature that architects are increasingly seeking inspiration from natural forms.
Schweingruber and Wohlstein have reviewed information about crowds included in introductory sociology textbooks and the write-ups they reviewed would not receive full marks – many are inaccurate.
Music generates an emotional response in people, or does it?
Quite a bit of research has shown that individual personality is related to preferred place design.
Buyers valued environmentally responsible features in their homes.
People who grow up in rural areas have a more positive attitude toward nature than people who grow up in the city.