Multi Sensory Design
Multi sensory design is not clearly identified as a separate practice, more as an approach to design, or a design solution, in various practices, in particular industrial and product design,
and in spatial design.
Multi sensory design solutions are frequently used in narrative environments, most frequently using sight, hearing and touch, but also sometimes taste and smell as well. A good example is Jelly Deng’s (graduated 2015) ‘Whispery Savoury’ which engaged all five senses but most notably combined eating with sound which involved a performative element.
Although it is not clearly delineated as an independent practice, multi sensory design is much practised and written about:
More on the Lascaux Caves project
<http://www.dezeen.com/2013/02/28/lascaux-iv-international-cave-painting-centre-by-snohetta-duncan-lewis-and-casson-mann/>edited 27 December, 2015 by Stuart Jones
Whispery Savoury by Jialin (Jelly) Deng