Monthly Archives: June 2017

Seeing Red

“I see a red door and I want it painted black” – Mick Jagger & Keith Richards Aside from the Rolling Stones desire to “Paint it Black,” most people are attracted to red doors. Not only is red a look-at-me … Continue reading

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First Impressions Aren’t What You Think

Last month DWELL published an article called “10 Homes with Distinctive Facades,” that immediately caught our attention. It showed pictures of ten unusual houses, explaining: First impressions are lasting. While these 10 homes have many impressive design features that set them … Continue reading

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Eye-Tracking Cincinnati on-the-fly

Recently in Cincinnati to speak at an AIA Vision event for young architects, I had the opportunity to eye track a local street scene. I shared my findings with the area residents later that evening. Here they are: The photo directly above, … Continue reading

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