A LAB FOR EXPLORING & ENHANCING HOW PEOPLE EXPERIENCE SPACE.

 
 
 
 
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we focus on using empirical science to refine the User-Task-Space relationship to give insights to clients.

 
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USER

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TASK

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SPACE

 

 

our OUTPUTS aim to INCREASe HEALTH, WELLBEING & PRODUCTIVITY in the built environment.

 
 
 
 

Our approach uses a bespoke framework developed from Cognitive Neuroscience.

 
 
 
 
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HOW?

Our team of neuroscientists, architects, and built environment experts work with you to identify opportunities for improving the experience of a product or environment.  

Our consultancy provides clients with specialised scientific metrics. Examples include: how light affects productivity, how to increase wellbeing in a hospital, and how to improve mobility in urban environments.

Together with University College London, our data, research and facilities partner, we present clients with leading technology and world-class testing facilities. 

To understand how we can have an impact for you please visit our SERVICES page. We offer insight to each stage of the supply chain.

WHY?

"As the nature of economic output changes, so must the efforts that go into it." Joseph Pine, The Experience Economy.

Data shows that contemporary society is not improving quality of life but contributing to a rise in depression, social isolation and poor health - resulting in unproductive economies and social disruption.

Neuroscience offers a methodical and practical lens through which we can understand how people perceive their environments and function in response; biologically, physiologically and cognitively.

The Centric Lab's vision is to turn the story from efficiency to effectiveness.

We must address the opportunity that technology and neuroscience are presenting for a deeper understanding of people's interaction with space.

 

 
 

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