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Sensory space: temporary occupation

  title={Sensory space: temporary occupation},
  author={Belinda B. Mitchell},
The paper sets out to explore the role of the non-visual and somatic senses in the design process. It examines the importance of the interaction between body and built form in our perception and understanding of architectural space. It sets out to investigate spatial progression through a series of environments exploring textures, sounds and properties of light to form a textural narrative. Particular sites are mapped through drawing that are understood through our somatic senses, looking at… 
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