Regenerative Urbanism | Bio-climatic Architecture | Biophilic Design
Those affected by trypophobia experience a range of neurovegetative symptoms, including nausea, goosebumps, sweating, shortness of breath.
The strategic integration of diverse functions into a compact area has maximised land use, enriching the urban fabric of Kochi.
Cities need to prioritise the development of communal gathering spaces, serene green areas, collaborative work environments, and dedicated venues for artistic expression.
The study of colour nomenclature across diverse cultures unveils a captivating journey of linguistic evolution intertwined with the development of colour perception in humans.
Unexpected or unnatural silence was shown to promote precursor cell proliferation because its unexpectedness or unnaturalness was recognised as a signal to be alert.
The physiology of all living species is entrained or synchronised to the 24-hour solar day, which consists of a single light-dark cycle.
The notion of wilderness as a space devoid of humans has colonial origins; wilderness is viewed as an uninhabited, exotic, and pristine place waiting to be conquered by an explorer.
Places have inspired literature, while at the same time, literature has inspired travel and helped establish a sense of 'place' in people.
In the quest for faster mobility and fine urban living, societies have sacrificed the very foundation of human life—soil.
The remnants of spatial organisation are the Third Nature or the Third Landscape. A neglected space is created by the abandonment of a formerly exploited site. Its origins can be urban, industrial, or agricultural.