164: How to bridge the gap between psychology and architecture? (guest: My Lunsjö – Associate at 3XN/GXN)

Welcome to the 164. episode of Urbcast, in which we talk about: How to bridge the gap between psychology and architecture? 🧐

Why should we talk about it?

Bridging psychology and architecture is vital for user-centric, inclusive, and sustainable design. My guest’s expertise helps architects integrate psychological principles, fostering a deeper understanding of how buildings and spaces impact well-being.

Today, a fascinating conversation with My Lunsjö – an expert in behavioral design and Behavioural Design Specialist at 3XN/GXN. She offers a unique blend of architectural and psychological expertise. Her insights into creating user-centric, sensory-rich, and inclusive designs are invaluable for architects and anyone interested in the intersection of psychology and architecture.

Some topics of today:

  • Role of Behavioural Psychology in Architecture
  • Inclusive and Accessible Design
  • Sensory Engagement in Architecture
  • Balancing Safety with Curiosity in Design
  • Restful Spaces and Seating Design

You get to know more about the guest:

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Music: spear_oh

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