Dan Lockton’s PhD thesis on manipulating behavior through architecture

Ran across this doing some personal searching for something about sensory deprivation. Honestly I have no idea how it related to my search terms, but I clicked and had a fortuitous feeling moment.

Design and behavior

In particular, scroll down to Table 1 to see nifty information like this –

53 Main gateways To influence inhabitants of a part of a town to identify it as a distinct entity “Mark every boundary in the city which has important human meaning—the boundary of a building cluster, a neighborhood, a precinct—by great gateways where the major entering paths cross the boundary”

Holly

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