The design of physical environments can reinforce or help change opinions about organizations.
Bluyssen reviews the literature on human experience of indoor environments.
Kaiser, a principle with Perkins + Will, has integrated his own professional experiences with material from rigorous studies of effective (and ineffective) navigation tools to identify features of successful wayfinding systems.
The Cornell Intypes (Interior Archetypes) Research and Training Project is working to systematize the way people talk about interior design.
Long ago, scientists learned that sunlight affects mood.
Two pilot studies provide interesting insight into how people feel about active and passive antiterrorism measures.
The Commission for Architecture and the Built Environment (CABE) used case studies and interviews with content experts to develop guidelines for risk-aware and not risk-averse design of public spaces.