Research from the University of Essex has discovered that looking at urban landscapes may actually give you a headache. Professor Arnold J Wilkins explains why.

01 June 2017

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It’s three o’clock – you’re at work, struggling to focus during the afternoon lull. You gaze out of your office window, hoping for some relief, but instead you feel a headache coming on. Flat grey concrete lines the streets, while windows form repetitive glassy intervals in stark brick walls. With monotonous straight lines as far as the eye can see, there’s nowhere…

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