Room Study 1    ︎︎︎

Does the architectural elements in a room determine peoples desire to speak? Studying human behaviour in this specific room led to a statistic showing visitors 
who wanted to chat and not per entrance (chosen by them, ofc): The original study. Upside-down T represent the a non-chatty visitor. Circle with line on top represent chatty people. Visitors entering through the elevator, bigger door and smaller door was observed. Generally, visitors prefer to enter the room through the elevator. Many people enter through the door, a clear overweight of non-chatty people enter through the smaller door.

Room in which the study was done: Elevator (buttom right), bigger door (top left), smaller door (middle, left). Other elements include concrete walls, a big wall in the middle of the room & a big window (bottom left).