The Role of the Architect Post written by Simon Droog. Follow him on Twitter. I've been following a very interesting topic on pushpullbar.com on Physiology and psychology in Architecture and a member named Sudark posted a very intriguing question. I thought I'd share his ideas with you, followed by some of my personal thoughts on … Continue reading How much should we listen to and follow clients/end users?
Human affinity for order Post written by Paul de Vries and Simon Droog. In our series Architectural means we’re trying to find answers to the questions: Which architectural means do we have to create specific atmospheres that can elicit specific emotions? In this post we’ll talk about the aspect Scale and proportion as one of … Continue reading Scale and Proportion
Environmental Psychology and Architecture Editor's note: This is a guest post by Fiona de Vos, Ph.D. Learn more about Fiona and her work here. Architects, designers, and organizations such as airports, hospitals, offices, schools, train stations, and daycare centers often claim to create environments that promote well-being of their users. However, they rarely investigate deeply … Continue reading The Importance of Digging In
We're back with some really interesting new posts. Make sure you won't miss it! New address As you may know we've been exploring possibilities for producing a better built environment – an environment that will enhance the quality of life instead of damaging it - for almost a year now and we'd like to keep … Continue reading Update from Experiencing Architecture
In our series Architectural means we’re trying to find answers to the questions: Which architectural means do we have to create specific atmospheres that can elicit specific emotions? In this post we’ll talk about the aspect Tension and pressure as one of the architectural mean we have to create specific architectural atmospheres. Tension and pressure … Continue reading Tension and pressure