The ANFA Conference provides a forum for presentations that advance knowledge of links between neuroscience research and a growing understanding of human responses to the built environment. In addition, we seek presentations of work in either neuroscience or architecture that will lay the basis for possible interaction and integration between the disciplines.
MISSION OF THE CONFERENCE:
The ANFA Conference will explore, from a scientific basis, the range of human experiences with elements of architecture, through collaboration between architects and neuroscientists.
We have invited neuroscientists, architects and other professionals to present research and research-based design that will illuminate both the neuroscience of the experience of architecture and the use of insights from neuroscience to develop new approaches to the design of intelligent buildings.
Communication, knowledge sharing, collaboration, partnership, integration, and relation to a broader context will permeate every aspect of the 2014 Conference. The goal is to inspire ideas and new collaborations that will ignite change and unlock the potential of Neuroscience for Architecture.