‘Game-Changing Eye-Tracking Studies Reveal How We Actually See Architecture’ from Common/Edge

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Click on images above to read this recent post on CommonEdge.org, a non-profit site dedicated to improving the design of our built environment.

The piece is co-authored by Ann Sussman and Janice M. Ward from geneticsofdesign.com.

 
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One Response to ‘Game-Changing Eye-Tracking Studies Reveal How We Actually See Architecture’ from Common/Edge

  1. That’s a really interesting study, I’d like to see more research on the architectural relationship. I’m not convinced by the example of NYC Stapleton Library, as the windows reveal an interior that is far more interesting that the repellent façade. The Davis Square Somerville carpark is, well, a carpark — a giant poop emoji 💩 would likely have a similar effect to a featureless wall on an old building, it offers little insight into the dated architectural form.

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