How well-designed spaces can ignite positive emotions?
14 Mar 2019
- Have you ever felt uplifted in or around a building ?
- Asking the right questions of a client, in order to illicit which emotions they would like to experience in their building/ home.
- Is there a “language” of architectural space that facilitates positive emotions
- Alternatively, a poorly designed space can illicit negative emotions such as depression or anxiety etc.
- Feelings are our response to good architectural design.
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