DescriptionJoin us for an exhilarating presentation that will explore the cutting-edge themes of architectural cognition, evidence-based design, and human-centred architectural design.
Architectural cognition is a fascinating field that explores how architects perceive and understand the world around them. Our presentation will delve into the latest research on how architects think, how they perceive space, and how they use mental imagery to design buildings. We'll also explore how this knowledge can be used to improve design education and practice.
Evidence-based design is the practice of using research evidence to inform design decisions. In our presentation, we'll explore how evidence-based design can be used to create buildings that are not only aesthetically pleasing, but are also work for the people using them, promoting community, social interactions and wellbeing.
Human-centred architectural design is an approach that puts people at the centre of the design process. We'll explore how human-centred design can be used to create buildings that are more comfortable, accessible, and welcoming to a diverse range of people.
The tools and methods used by scientists to investigate architectural cognition, evidence-based design, and human-centred architectural design are both fascinating and powerful. In our presentation, we'll provide an overview of the latest research tools and techniques, from eye-tracking and neuroimaging to virtual reality and machine learning. We'll also discuss how these methods can be used to explore new design possibilities and evaluate the effectiveness of different design solutions.
|Period||22 Mar 2023|
|Held at||Heatherwick Studio|
|Degree of Recognition||National|
Emotion as a function in design of buildings and cities
Activity: Talk or presentation › Invited talk