From: KUT

The Argument for the Role of Psychology in Architecture

KUT:

Few things affect how you feel more than your surroundings.  But when people want to create spaces, they generally turn to architects, not psychologists.  But some experts recently met in Austin to argue that both disciplines need  a place at the table when it comes to designing the spaces we inhabit.

To understand why, consider the office cubicle, says Prof. Sam Gosling from UT’s Psychology Department.

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