PhD on the relation between architecture and social behaviour


The dissertation presents an expansion of the concept of affordances, new building evaluation methods, and different collaborative methods useful in bridging environmental design research and architectural practice. Combined, the PhD dissertation enable the creation of increasingly informed design and thus, in the end, increasingly humane built environments.

Mille will continue her work in GXN’s Architecture Shapes Behaviour research cluster. The cluster aims to produce empirically founded evidence for ways in which architecture reflects and informs people’s behaviour – and turning these insights into bold strategies for research and design with an eye to 21st century trends and challenges.