Behavior & Learning

From earliest times, built environments have been designed to influence human behavior, largely through evoking emotions. Over the past several decades, numerous studies on the effects of color, lighting, space planning, wayfinding and other design elements have documented other ways design and behavior are interconnected. These insights have given designers new tools to create spaces that support their clients’ goals of increasing sales, stimulating productivity, promoting healing, fostering learning, and creating more supportive home environments.

Featured Case Studies

New Mexico School for the Blind and Visually Impaired