Can we objectively measure how the built environment makes us feel?
Through this project we will uncover relationships between interior design and the mind that allow us to understand if the physical environments we construct can contribute to preventative mental health care and promotion.
Understanding affective states, designing for neurodiversity and the ethical responsibilities for built environments.
The Academy of Neuroscience for Architecture have announced that I am their inaugural John Paul Eberhard Fellowship recipient.
This article asks whether we should all be paying closer attention to the invisible affect the buildings we spend time in has on our feelings.
I'm happy to announce registration of my literature review protocol in the international database of systematic reviews.
A two minute pitch of what my PhD research hopes to achieve as part of the Universities Australia Pitch It Clever competition.
Note: The pieces published on this website are snapshots of thoughts/processes that have arisen during the PhD research process and thus, reflect a degree of subjectivity.
A web-blog journal documenting and testing an Open-BCI 8 channel dry-electrode electroencephalogram (EEG) in the School of Architecture and Built Environment at the Deakin University Waterfront Campus.