The emergence of a new paradigm for the architecture profession fuelled by scientific insight.
A look at the conscious city as an inherently and ‘lively’ complex interacting network of relations.
What will bridge architecture and neuroscience to reach the real potential of transdisciplinary work?
Where can rest be used to positively impact spatial memory and place attachment?
How has electric light defined the nocturnal urban condition and in turn shaped our culture and behaviour?
How can we make sure that insights from research are implemented effectively in a project process?
New insights into the factors that can support successful workplace design
Have our expectations for these new technologies been inflated by a novelty bias?