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Neuroscience for Architecture

Neuroscience for Architecture

The focus of our domain, Neuroscience for Architecture, is to understand and accommodate the human neural makeup as it interfaces with the built environment in an effort to support human wellbeing and potential.

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Our mission is to bring together interdisciplinary researchers and practitioners to explore design decisions, rethink building metrics, and study the experience of space and human impact through the lens of neuroscience. We seek to increase awareness of our practice through collaboration, ideas exchange, innovative research, and publication. Our goal is to support the efforts of individual members, while collaboratively promoting The Centre for Conscious Design.

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Our mission is to bring together interdisciplinary researchers and practitioners to explore design decisions, rethink building metrics, and study the experience of space and human impact through the lens of neuroscience. We seek to increase awareness of our practice through collaboration, ideas exchange, innovative research, and publication. Our goal is to support the efforts of individual members, while collaboratively promoting The Centre for Conscious Design.

Robin Mazumder
David A. Navarrete Maciel
Natalia Olszewska
Miriam Hoffman

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Miriam Hoffman

This paper explores the pertinent intersection of emotions, neuroscience, and the impact of the physical environment on our health and wellbeing. The intention of this paper is to call for...

David A. Navarrete Maciel
Bill Witherspoon

Before the COVID-19 pandemic introduced the term “social distancing” to our lexicon, a percentage of Americans had already endured a similar type of social distancing. This collective phenomenon did not...

Miriam Hoffman

Where can rest be used to positively impact spatial memory and place attachment?

Elizabeth Kostina
Natalia Olszewska

The Human-Environment interaction can be conceptualized as a dynamic system governed by three principles: Communication. Self-regulation. Adaptation. We focus on communication here. No integrity of biological and social lives can...