Designing for Healthy

It is difficult for individuals to change their behavior,” wrote Ken Smith, co-author of the study and professor of family and consumer studies at the University of Utah. “But we can build environments that promote healthy behavior.

Below is a link to an interesting article on the relationship between healthy lifestyles and urban design.  Another indicator that there are  rational ways to argue for good design.

This Old (Healthy) House -The New York Times

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