We have always been capable of understanding 3d space visually, like that on a computer screen or in a photo, but with this evolving visual technology, it is now possible to implement and experience this sensory architecture in real time.

I am in no way suggesting an end to physical architecture, but in fact stating its importance as hardware. As an architect and designer of 3d space, I aim to extend and complement with a software designed for each sense individually and specifically.

Sensory architecture can now be put to use as an extension of physical architecture to design increasingly adaptive and specific spaces and allow for more complex social interactions