This volume details the many ways in which environmental aesthetics influence human well-being.
Jacobson, Silverstein, and Winslow draw on their experiences as practicing architects to enumerate principles relevant to residential design.
Friedman develops the position that homes should be designed so that they can be readily reconfigured in the future.
The American Porch is loaded with information about the history of the front porch in America. It is well-researched and surprisingly easy to read.
The Inspired Workspace makes just as significant a contribution to workplace design as Zelinsky’s previous books.
Inner Navigation, by Erik Jonsson, helps readers understand why humans get lost, and what you, as a designer, can do to make the spaces you create easier to navigate.
This insightful edition has forty-two chapters separated in five sections. Each section contains information useful to RDC readers, but the eighteen chapters in the “Sharpening Application” group are immediately applicable to people designing and managing environments.