Depressed, schizophrenic, and autistic people experience the world in particular ways.
Recent research highlights attributes of workplaces that enhance worker performance.
Basic sensory research is often relevant to designers, as diverse studies on sound, visual stimuli, temperature, and pleasure through sensory inputs indicate.
New research tools and techniques are enhancing design research.
The Cost-Effective Open-Plan Environments (COPE) project has been an important source of information to workplace designers.
A recent study makes a comprehensive assessment of the relationship between neighborhood satisfaction, naturalness, and openness, while another looks at sustainable neighborhood design.
Recent research to assist in designing camping sites and hiking trails.
What design elements affect playground use? What defines a well-designed primary school? What features do children want in common hospital spaces? Recent studies answer these questions.
Multi-tasking, noise, nature and stair use: factors to consider in workplace design.
A plethera of new research adds to our understanding of employee interactions with their physical workplaces.