Architecture Is a Deeply Emotional Experience
1 month ago - By Arch Daily
Via Architects Marketing Institute.
This article was originally published on Common Edge. In this week's reprint, author Jacob DiCrescenzo explores the Emotional Experience of architecture, after having tackled in a previous article the so-called "feeling architecture", focusing on the psychology and emotion of the built environment. Arguing that "architecture is a deeply emotional experience", DiCrescenzo talks also about the benefits of neuroscience-informed design.
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