Neurodiversity matters for inclusive and supportive design. The SPACE Lab investigates the impact of environmental stimuli on occupant perception, cognition, and performance in built environments, with particular attention to neurodiversity. Our research focuses on the multisensory end-user experience in physical and virtual environments, including that of neurodivergent individuals with special needs. Through our participatory neurodesign approach, we strive to bridge the gap between empirical research and design practice. Integrating our research findings, we conduct community-engaged co-design projects, including place branding and wayfinding design. Our team utilizes various technologies, including building information modeling (BIM), eye tracking, electroencephalography (EEG), and virtual reality (VR), in the course of research and creative work. We encourage graduate and undergraduate students to join the SPACE Lab for engaged learning and collaborative practice opportunities.