March 11, 2006

Funny, I Thought Everyone Wanted To Live In The Brady Bunch House

bbunch_stairs.jpgFrom the NYT:

Psychologists who study interactions between people and environments say that buyers often unknowingly seek out spaces that are physically evocative of childhood havens. And the aha! feeling that a person experiences upon walking into a space can often be attributed to his or her recognition of unconscious yet happy memories. On the other hand, those who gravitate to a housing location or style that is the opposite of what they had in childhood are frequently making a statement that they are not like their parents.
Not surprisingly, everyone in NYC grew up in a 1BR, 500-sf apartment.

What Explains the 'Aha' Moment [nyt]

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