Dr. Eve Edelstein (Clinicians for Design): The Intersection of Neuroscience and Architecture

Dr. Eve Edelstein (Clinicians for Design): The Intersection of Neuroscience and Architecture

If you are curious about architecture and you’re also curious about your brain, then it means that you are curious about Dr. Eve Edelstein. Eve lives at the intersection of architecture and neuroscience. She co-founded Clinicians for Design, an international consultancy whose research is guiding more thoughtful environments for healthcare.

In this episode, we discuss artificial intelligence, new technologies, how we think and learn, and the exact moment when Eve came to recognize the responsibility that architects and designers have to save lives through design.

Learn more about Clinicians for Design: https://www.cliniciansfordesign.com/

Topics discussed in this episode: 

Artificial Intelligence

The Intersection Neuroscience and Architecture

Future Technologies

Healthcare Design

Related Imagine a Place podcasts: 

Bill Bouchey (HOK): Neurodiversity and Surviving the WFH Hangover

Pam Light (HOK) & Dr. Scott Zeller, MD (Vituity): How will mental health and remote work impact design?

Regan Donoghue (Newmark Knight Frank): Design thinking for the new world

Contributors

  • Doug Shapiro
  • Dr. Eve Edelstein
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