SCIENTIFIC PAPER „AESTHETICS AND PSYCHOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF FRACTAL BASED DESIGN“ PUBLISHED ON FRONTIERS IN PSYCHOLOGY
The platform Frontiers in Psychology, publishing studies of psychological processes engaged in encounters between people and the built and natural environment, recently released the scientific paper “Aesthetics and Psychological Effects of Fractal Based Design”. It examines the aesthetic and perceptual experience of fractal ‘global-forest’ designs already installed in humanmade spaces and demonstrate how fractal pattern components are associated with positive psychological experiences that can be utilized to promote occupant wellbeing. We would like to thank all contributors: Richard P. Taylor, Julian H. Smith, Conor Rowland, Saba Moslehi, Kelly E. Robles, Margaret E. Sereno from Department of Psychology and Department of Physics at University of Oregon, Michelle Roberts, Catherine Viengkham, Branka Spehar from School of Psychology of UNSW Sydney, and Anastasija Lesjak, Martin Lesjak and Sabrina Stadlober from 13&9 Design.
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