In an open access review of previously published studies, Lee and Spence report on identified links between shapes and tastes that will be particularly useful to people developing culinary experiences.
Moll and colleagues found that kids are mentally refreshed by the same sorts of things as adults.
Research at the University of California, Berkeley’s Center for the Built Environment (CBE) indicates that there may be more flexibility in setting workplace temperatures than previously thought.
Loder and Stoner review studies related to nature (plants, nature views, etc.) in work environments.
Koreny and teammates evaluated how urban design influences the activity levels of people with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).
Ogletree and colleagues found lower crime levels in areas near greenspaces.
Sudimac, Sale, and Kuhn confirm the value of taking walks in natural areas.
How much are different sorts of views worth?
Harmon and Kyle studied how natural spaces can support people diagnosed with cancer.
Balikci, Giezen, and Arundel evaluated how sustainable city development may influence resident experiences.