By Yoshiharu Tsukamoto
Some believe windows to take a life of their own, with light and wind behaving in such a way that strangely lures people to dwell by windows. Windows create cultural, urban and social spaces, giving rest, relaxation and rejuvenation to those who seek it. 'Window Behaviorology' tours the world featuring the most enigmatic, alluring and beautiful windows. It provides commentary on the enchanting features of these windows, and how they are a cultural force that restores people's sense of life that creates positive spaces within buildings.
Singapore, 2012, 21cm x 14.8cm, colour illustrated, 522pp. paperback.