Zhou, Tagliaro, and Hua studied adjacency planning.
Puglisi and colleagues studied the experiences of people working remotely and it seems likely that their findings can be applied more generally.
Lee and Chen’s work indicates that face masks may influence distances people keep from each other.
Kim and colleagues investigated how people who are blind think about color.
Zhou, Chen, and Liconducted intriguing shape-related research; studies replicating their findings in other than the tested contexts will be useful.
Recycling stations are designed into many spaces, both public and private.
Eichinger, Schreier, and van Osselaer studied how place links influence consumption decisions.
Cummings and colleagues link design with thoughts/behaviors in particular areas.
De Sousa and colleagues studied associations to shapes and colors, finding that consistency among them in packaging elements is important.
Jeon, Han, and Namstudied how preferences for particular color vary.