Interested in building a better world, improving the outlook for people and the planet in 2022? Keen to understand the critical link between buildings and our biology? Then check out these books, written and edited by members and colleagues of The Human Architecture and Planning Institute Inc (theHapi.org), our affiliated non-profit.
Links to publications below; for Routledge Books use Discount Code FLR40 for 20% off at check out:
- Keely Menezes, Pamela de Oliveria-Smith & A. Vernon Woodworth – Programming for Health and Wellbeing in Architecture (Routledge)
- Ann Sussman & Justin Hollander – Cognitive Architecture, Designing for How We Respond to the Built Environment, 2nd Edition (Routledge)
- Justin Hollander & Ann Sussman – Urban Experience and Design, Contemporary Perspectives on Improving the Public Realm (Routledge)
- Don Ruggles – Beauty, Neuroscience, and Architecture: Timeless Patterns and Their Impact on Our Well-Being (AbeBooks)
For videos, including of eye-tracking architecture and the recently recorded Book Launch for Programing for Health and Wellbeing in Architecture, check out theHapi.org YouTube channel.
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