Within the cycle of online conferences organized by the Geobiological Studies Association GEA, this new proposal is presented in which it will be discussed how the brain perceives the environment.
Why do we feel comfortable in a room or a house? Why are there spaces that invite you to be more creative than others? What role does light and color play in making us calmer or more active? Why do we tune in to organic forms? What role does biophilia play in the brain? ...
Many of the answers are found in the discipline of neuroscience; the results of their studies allow us to define the keys that make our body and mind are in balance in relation to environmental factors.
Although it is true that from personal sensitivity we can already have many of the answers, science is revealing the gears that allow us to understand how the brain responds to certain environments.
In this conference, neuroscience studies applied to architecture are presented, which is known as neuroarchitecture, which show how space speaks to the brain, promotes changes in physiological responses, provokes emotions or modulates behavior, and how this knowledge is can be applied to bio-habitability, in order to create healthy spaces with a more holistic look.
The famous phrase says that “we change our houses, and then, it is our houses that change us”. So it seems that the next architectural revolution is in the brain