Watching this film by George C. Stoney from 1964 , today’s life in cities does not seem so different than about 40 years ago, does it?
by Henry Grabar | 21.09.2013 | Salon magazine | Article link
Very exhiting and interesting article about some Edinburgh architecture research that proves nature has in important role to play on tha changes our mind experiences throughout a walk.
Image_Edinburgh Meadows by Peter Warwick
by Esther M. Sternberg and Matthew A. Wilson | 20.10.2006 | Cell volum 127
Interesting article that seeks to highlight the possible common ground between Architecture and Neuroscience.
Esther M. Sternberg is also well know for other publications such Healing Spaces: The Science of Place and Well-Being and The Balance Within: The Science Connecting Health and Emotions.
Lecture by the Neuroscientist Satchin Panda
17th October at Salk Institute, San Diego
Once more, the Academy of Neuroscience for Architecture opens a new opportunity to hear to talk about issues related with two supposed unrelated fields; Architecture and Neuroscience. This time, will be the Neuroscientist Satchin Panda, Ph.D., an Associate Professor at the Salk Institute, who will be speaking on the subject of circadian rhythms and facility design. He will discuss how different quantities of natural and artificial light within a built space impact human mood and cognitive performance. Frederick Marks, AIA, a founding Board member of ANFA, will participate by responding to Dr. Panda’s speech from the viewpoint of an architect.
For more information about this FREE event, please visit http://www.anfarch.org, the Academy of Neuroscience for Architecture.