Space, Psyche, Enigma & Symbols
Architectural Psychology can be described as a branch of environmental or ecological psychology. It is the interaction between human and their environment. This includes spatial perception, orientation behaviour, living requirement and satisfaction. The architecture provides a sense of space and support to all type of human activities if used appropriately and it provides firmness, service, and delight.
Much more than being a part of Environmental psychology to identify space, Architectural Psychology explains the Human Psyche, the Enigma that surrounds it and the Symbols it reflects- argues the author and in the book he gives a new dimension to architectural psychology.