Envionmental Psychology

Shape Your Environment for Happiness!


7. Architectural Psychology

Architects who understand why people need daylight and connections to the outdoors design homes focusing on garden living, even in the desert.

Architectural images courtesy of Scheurer Architects, Newport Beach

Picture of sound Wall was installed in a National Forest to abate noise.

This 24 tall LSE Sound Wall was installed in a National Forest to abate noise emanating from three large natural gas compressors.

Designs for noise abatement: Noise Barrier Walls

Is your happiness in conflict with the environment? Fireplaces

Explore new ways to build with architectural psychology.  Articles coming soon!

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