Recent multisensory posts


Bagatelle Joins Hands With Dubai’s Opera Gallery To Marry Art And Fine Dining | Harper’s BAZAAR Art

Bagatelle Dubai: An interior view of the restaurant French-Mediterranean themed Bistrot Bagatelle, hand-in-hand with Dubai’s…

Paddington Bear is coming to town! | The Midsomer Norton & Radstock Journal

"All the same... it’s a very important name. And I don’t expect there are many…

As entertainment shuts down, take in the spectacle nature has to offer | CBC Radio

Bob McDonald enjoying the great outdoors by the seaside. (Jennifer Hartley) While theatres, restaurants, sporting…
How Rutgers is creating a sensory-inclusive museum experience | BTN LiveBIG
From Chennai to Nagapattinam — documenting sights, sounds and smells through sketches | The Hindu
7 new-age classroom technology trends giving kids a unique learning experience | Education Today News
INDUSTRY INSIGHT: Multisensory design in hotel bathrooms | Hotel Designs
‘Sensory danger zones’: How sensory pollution impacts animal survival | University of Michigan News
Psychedelic Robot In Dallas Is The Coolest Interactive Art Museum | Narcity
San Antonio museum sensory tours allow the blind to again ‘see’ art |
Multisensory art installation have bubbles emitted by fermenting microbes control the rhythm of a computer-generated musical performance | The Harvard Crimson
How to make your home calmer and less cluttered in 7 simple steps | Irish Examiner

Recent projects

All memorable experiences are multisensory


The multisensory gap existing between Mother nature & man-made experiences is becoming smaller by the day


Smell is perhaps the sense which is least harnessed by marketers, yet it is the only one which is directly hard-wired to our brains, with no transformation of the olfactory signal (scent) taking place on the way to the brain. This is why smell is particularly evocative and capable of triggering such strong emotions and memories.

RW Connect - Making Sense of Emotions - 30th September, 2014

I use colours to compose music