Environmental Design Research Association (EDRA)
The Environmental Design Research Association (EDRA) is a global interdisciplinary community of research and design professionals, educators, and students. EDRA advances and disseminates environmental design research, thereby improving understanding of the interrelationships between people, their built and natural surroundings, and helping to create environments responsive to human needs.
Founded in 1969, EDRA celebrates more than 40 years of research-based innovations for all built and natural environments. EDRA’s roots are strong and flourishing. The organization’s vibrant network of visionaries have anticipated movements in research and design decades before they have hit the mainstream. EDRA’s lineage of members have pioneered environment & behavior studies, evidence-based design, facility evaluation methods, sustainability, active living community planning, universal design, diversity in design, workplace design and informatics, and digital technologies. At EDRA, researchers and practitioners work together to create places where people thrive. For more information, visit www.edra.org.
|An Urban Schoolyard as a Place for Play: Ethnographic Study of the Ecology of a Schoolyard||Harouna Ba (Environmental Psychology Program, City University of New York)||Jan 01, 1991|
|Sound Environment During the Child's Development||Annie Moch (Department of Psychology, University of Paris)||Jan 01, 1991|
|Buildings, Memory and Wayfinding||Mark D. Gross (Design Technology Research), Craig Zimring (Georgia Institute of Technology)||Jan 01, 1990|
|Re-Using Old Building Facades: A Local Government Effort at Placemaking||Linda Louise Day (College of St. Catherine, St. Paul, Minnesota)||Jan 01, 1990|
|Approaching Buildings: A Conceptual Model of Entry Sequence||Brodie Ann Bain (Jay Farbstein & Associates, Inc.)||Jan 01, 1990|
|Children's Experiences with Vegetation on School Grounds, Their Botanical Knowledge and Environment||Margarete R. Harvey||Jan 01, 1989|
|Building Typologies: An Inquiry||Lynda H. Schneekloth (State University of New York, Buffalo), Ellen Marie Bruce (The Caucus Partnership)||Jan 01, 1989|
|Symbolic Meaning of Building Style in Small Suburban Offices||Jack L. Nasar (Ohio State University), Junmo Kang (Ohio State University)||Jan 01, 1989|
|Towards a Performance-Based Conceptual Framework for Systematic POEs||Wolfgang F.E. Preiser (University of New Mexico)||Jan 01, 1988|
|Advances in POE Methods||Robert B. Bechtel (University of Arizona)||Jan 01, 1988|