The Future of shopper behaviour (and the shape of cities).


How’s this for a coincidence. Two emails in of 24-hours from two different companies asking about shopper behaviour in 2030. Both were food companies. There was a third a month ago.

On a somewhat different note I had a very interesting conversation in Rome last week about how the visual nature of cities (i.e. the aesthetics of buildings and urban planning) can impact wellbeing. This links somewhat to the work I’ve done looking at how physical spaces can influence feelings, which in turn impacts thinking.

Does anyone know of any good studies showing a direct correlation between the presence of art and physical or mental health?

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One Response to The Future of shopper behaviour (and the shape of cities).

  1. patrick says:

    Historically, I believe the Romans had a lot to say collectively, about the architectural quality of life based on space and lodging quarters

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