A lighthearted entry. I’m sure we’re familiar with the shopping mall–Singapore is brimming with these enclosed spaces of multi-floored material wonder and consumerist glitz. However, are you familiar with what sort of behavioral considerations go beyond the spatial design of such modern day constructs of temptation? Watch the video above to get a brief idea.
Are the ideas presented in the video applicable to your own shopping experiences?
Recall your own shopping experiences and share other ways you think shopping malls are designed to make people spend.
On a deeper note: Do buildings affect social behavior? Or is it the other way round?