Hotel of Memory: Interpreting Neuroscience to Design in a Memorable Guest Experience
Sep 23, 2016
After analyzing the hippocampal research relevant to memory, the researcher concludes that there are five physical cues that can make a space more memorable (Depth, Complexity, Landmark, Symmetry, & Repetition) and identifies a hotel guest’s sequence of circulation (Entrance, Lobby, Elevator, Hallway, & Guestroom). The researcher uses these ten concepts as an index to derive design.
2016 ANFA Conference (Salk Institute for Biological Studies, La Jolla, CA)
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Academy of Neuroscience for Architecture
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