Sensory stimuli in neighborly relations. How to design spaces and objects with respect to the community.
We perceive reality through our senses, of which there are five in the basic classification. Each of them works differently and provides our brain with a different amount of information. Some we use consciously, and some act without our will (e.g. hearing). It is with their help that we choose partners (smell), move in space (sight), calm down (touch) or feel pleasure (e.g. taste). Some have been drastically ennobled in post-industrial reality (sight), others have been forgotten (smell). However, it is the concerted action of all five that makes us feel calm and build a sense of security both in the context of space and mental well-being.