The idea is to create better buildings with better conditions for all people in the building. Behaviour Design strategies are about integrating psychology into the architecture of buildings – creating better conditions for people and function, while optimizing performance of the building. Thus, we look at ways to optimize the use and function of the building through logistics, floorplate and functional design allows for greater building performance. In addition, architectural psychology applied to a building design can already forecast the effect it will have on people’s behavior, wellbeing and effectiveness.
"The buildings we reside in affect our behavioural patterns and social interaction. Hence, we work with behaviour design to adapt the architecture to the activities and way of life that characterizes its use"
- Mille Sylvest, Behaviour Specialist, GXN