02 July 2009


I had never heard of "neuroarchitecture" before, but saw a brief mainstream article about it today. Put aside the fact that this is sourced from CNN/Oprah -- I think, this is pretty interesting.

Mood, memory affected by your home

1 comment:

Shane Hood said...

I had to comment somewhere on this. It is interesting because ifg you go to school for architecture you know that this is what architecture has been for thousands of years. There is nothing new or hot about it unless you count the mainstream catching on. Ancient temples, and cathedrals drew on the pyschological effects of architecture thousands of years ago. Everything old is new again or in the case of the Oprah article everything that is obvious is new and hot.

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