Neuroarchitecture is a term describing the relationship between spaces and humans, through the lenses of neuroscience. The process of design is derived from principles that are explored through architectural spaces, as the outcomes of the designed atmospheres have a physical impact on the nervous system, hence the physiology of the brain. This research project lays on this understanding of humans and space throughout the Prisma of a geometrical shape, based on Neuroarchitecture research, combined with architectural Theories, such as Friedrich Kieslers' one about humans and space. This correlation was examined through four main triggers - sound, light, color and shape. Methodologically associating the reaction of the user with the trigger in the physical space we get a direct translation to a specified design parameter in the project.
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