"[The Senses] explores the way space, materials, sound, and light affect the mind and body. Meticulously designed in nineteen sections with a rich variety of examples from contemporary designers, the book is a combination of manifestos that propose concepts for enhancing societal life, particularly for those with sensory disabilities."
- Design Issues
"As we talk more about creating design that ignites the senses, this book served as an inspiration and reminder on how much more space we have to explore."
- Fast Company
"The Senses: Design Beyond Vision, a new book from designers and curators Ellen Lupton and Andrea Lipps, is a compelling survey of the emerging field of sensory design. The book accompanies an interactive exhibit of the same name by the authors on display at the Cooper Hewitt Design Museum through October 28..[The Senses] captures the poetics and science of sensory design and in doing so conveys some useful lessons for landscape architects."
- VegNews Magazine
"By positioning the human condition at the centre of interpretational importance, The Senses: Design Beyond Vision negotiates how an individual's mind and body are affected by artistic elements. The impact of materials, sound, light and space are discussed within thematic essays which express how sensory media, as used by featured artist Petra Blaisse (b. 1955), facilitates creative accessibility." - Aesthetica (UK)
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