‘Built Beautiful,’ the Movie on Architecture + Neuroscience Streaming Live at Boston Architectural College on Dec. 7, 2020

Built Beautiful – Trailer from Mariel Rodriguez-McGill on Vimeo.

The Boston Architectural College (BAC) announced it will screen this new documentary which bridges the arts + sciences on Monday, December 7, 2020 at 7 PM EST. All are invited to attend the virtual event: SIGN UP HERE for free.

Built Beautiful is a feature length documentary movie, to be nationally released in spring 2021, which explores how neuroscience gives architects a new lens through which to consider the built environment, how it impacts our brains and bodies, and how it influences our health and wellness more than we realize. At this exclusive screening the film director, Mariel Rodriguez-McGill, and producer Don Ruggles, will be on hand to introduce the film along with BAC faculty member and blogger, Ann Sussman, who appears in it.

The movie features leading experts from around the world in the emerging field of neuro-aesthetics and design, including academics, researchers, architects, and interior designers, elaborating on ideas presented at the Ux+Design/2019 conference (co-sponsored by Genetics of Design) held at Tufts University and in Ruggles’ 2018 book Beauty, Neuroscience & Architecture .

Co-sponsored by the Human Architecture and Planning Institute (theHAPI.org) and the BAC’s Design for Human Health program, the event is free.

More info on this BAC program + movie registration at link below:

https://the-bac.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_AvG_RyMASk6vjd47FCOOTg

Hope to ‘see’ you there!

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