Researchers from Steelcase and the Mayo Clinic have recently completed a research project indicating the importance of the design of the physical environments in which patients and physicians interact.
Katie Liljenquist, a professor at Brigham Young University, recently led a study that corroborates earlier research on the importance of recognizing cultural associations to particular smells.
The results of Diaz-Serrano’s recently published survey will not surprise environmental psychologists who focus on the relationships people form with their homes.
Walking cell phone users are trouble in motion, and designers must account for their likely behaviors when designing spaces where they can be anticipated.
Space design can very effectively generate particular moods.
Mazar and Zhong have broadly investigated the repercussions of behaving in an environmentally responsible way.
Individuals building homes seem to be very motivated to build green, even during difficult economic times, which may indicate the true strength of interest in sustainable architecture.
Being exposed to lots of light at night is depressing, at least if you’re a mouse
While discussing the rebuilding of New Orleans, Curtis reflects on the evolution of design practices.
Dutch researchers have completed a research project that supports the findings of an assortment of other studies, all indicating that there are advantages to living near green spaces.