The topic of symmetry continues to be a dynamic and fruitful one in many fields—but architecture is not one of them. Indeed, as we have seen, architecture as a profession continues to be dominated by a school of thought that is charitably described as an obsolete relic of an earlier and more elementary industrial age. A more critical view is …
Reveal non-obvious fixation points, and overall relative design coherence
The designs of planners, landscape architects, and architects can increase well-being
Symmetry is an important visual feature for humans
A first-of-its-kind neuroscience-for-cities playbook
The intersection of architecture and the biology of perception: a list readings & videos
Is there a ‘design disconnect’ between the architecture that most architects prefer and the architecture that most non-designers prefer? Francisco Contreras Chávez | CTI, Concepción, ChileDavid Milner2 | Create Streets, London, United Kingdom This article reviews existing literature on the ‘design disconnect’ that appears to exist between architects and the general public. It examines sociological research undertaken in Concepción, Chile into the aesthetic tastes of …
The interplay of architecture and psychology is ignored in the design industry.
Rooms connecting with nature are most preferred.
Which building most readily grabs your eye?
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