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January 14, 2009


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Christopher K. Travis

Thanks for your kind words, Karen. I agree things are slowing changing in architecture to a more human-centered perspective. What we do at Truehome.net and in our architecture firm is to apply techniques and research from several academic disciplines - psychology, neuroscience, environmental psychology, behavioral economics and more - to the process of creating homes that are fitting "eco-systems" that empower their personal goals, values, tastes, lifestyle and budgets.

If your readers are interested, my blog - the Architecture of Life - is at https://architecture-of-life.blogspot.com and our late stage startup which we hope will offer these methods on the net by next Fall is at https://www.truehome.net.

Great blog. Fits the profile of blogs I take on my own, so if you don't mind, I will link it on the Architecture of life.

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