The display, built with Reddymade Architecture Muuto Design and the International Arts + Mind Lab at John Hopkins University, is made up. But, there is more than meets the eye in the design experience.
Have a look at a few of our spaces at the photographs above, and consider what makes yours”A Space for Being.”
When guests see”A Space for Being,” we ask them to place on these specially-made rings that catch how they respond to each room. Before their data is deleted from the group, every user receives a customized printout describing the distance where they felt most”at ease” Photo credit: Maremosso Studio.
The first of those 3 spaces for being, also called”Essential.”
These responses are our bodies’ responses to our environment, whether it touch, smell, taste or hear. Designers look at these sensory inputs to evoke certain feelings. A field of study that investigates the impact of encounters on intellect, neuroaesthetics, provides insight into which inputs elicit specific answers. It is why your heart rate could change when fabrics touch and your energy level may shift dependent on the colors around you.
Nowadays, we’re opening”A Space for Being,” our exhibition at the design conference Salone del Mobile Milano, that explores this connection and jobs to make the effect of design more visible.