Araceli Camargo is interviewed by Flux®, to whom she is an advisor, on cognitive wellness – what it means and how to cultivate it.Read More
An interview with James Pearson of CBRE on the future of IoT, smartbuildings, technology and user experience.Read More
Lab Director Araceli Camargo was recently part of a futurist session for the Ford Motor Company.
Curated by Wired UK it took place in Köln, Germany. Check out the video and two articles .Read More
With a question from the floor, Dan Silverman of U.K. and European Investments absolutely nailed it. To paraphrase: It is easy for large office owners and developers to embrace the most cutting-edge trends when it comes to technology, data, design and wellness. But how do you do that if, like a vast swathe of the commercial property world, you are a small or midsize landlord, with older, unfashionable assets, catering to tenants who want 5K SF or less?Read More
Moving from an industry based on aligning inputs to one that focuses on the outputs is not necessarily the way things have been done today in the built environment, but it’s surprisingly easy to think about it that way round.
As science has over the years developed new hierarchies of our understanding of nature, our biology, material products, it’s also giving us a new hierarchy in the mental and cognitive processes of our brains. As advancements in technology have allowed us to develop autonomous drones and algorithmic architecture it has also progressed the ability to understand the brainRead More
Centric were interviewed and featured in the international magazine ‘OnOffice’ regarding privacy and personal space.Read More
In communist East Germany, urban planners deliberately designed towns, streets and buildings to grind down the sense of individuality of residents, and make them feel like they were constantly under scrutiny. Architects, developers and public authorities have always used the built environment to create specific feelings. Such a movement is growing across the globe, intersecting leading-edge science, design and thinking about the built environment…..Read More
A guest article for the Estates Gazette.Read More
RICS Report featuring Josh Artus.Read More
We have used economics, creativity, and technology to shape the built environment—and now it’s time for science to become the final piece in this puzzle. By integrating aspects of cognitive neuroscience into the design process, we can build cities that are primed for their residents’ health and happiness.
Article written for Quartz.comRead More