Senses: Design Beyond Vision by Studio Joseph

To create environments that engage the visitor across multiple senses to create a more embodied life experience

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“感知:超越视觉的设计”展览探讨了如何通过多感官的设计来增强每个人接收信息、探索世界、满足基本需求以及体验快乐和奇妙事物的能力。展览与65位当代设计师进行合作,展示了一系列兼具实用性、创新性和探索性的产品,通过触觉、听觉、视觉和嗅觉上的刺激为参观者带来直观的体验。

This is an exhibition which examines how multisensory design amplifies everyone’s ability to receive information, explore the world, satisfy essential needs and experience joy and wonder. “The Senses”, created in collaboration with 65 contemporary designers, features, direct sensory experiences and displays practical, innovative and exploratory products to touch, hear, see and smell.

▼展览概貌,exhibition overview

展陈设计主要包括由色彩丰富的乙烯基线绳制成的弧形屏墙。这些细线悬挂或编织在贯穿空间的黑色钢架上,其色彩随着区域的变化而变化,唤起不同的感受和情绪。屏墙一方面为展品提供了背景,另一方面起到了划分空间的作用,它通过一种统一的装置元素带来了多样的美感,同时有效地解决了隔音、香气分区和照明控制等问题。

The ambitious exhibition design consists of curving screens made from richly colored vinyl threads. Woven or hung onto black steel frames that undulate through space, the colors blend from one area to the next, evoking different sensory feelings or moods. The screens are both backdrops to the objects and definers of spaces, allowing very different aesthetics to occupy the same installation while pragmatically solving issues of sound bleed, aroma, and varied lighting levels.

▼弧形屏墙由色彩丰富的乙烯基线绳制成,the curving screens are made from richly colored vinyl threads

▼屏墙在提供背景的同时起到了划分空间的作用,the screens are both backdrops to the objects and definers of spaces

“感知”提供了一种无障碍的展览体验,鼓励人们通过超越寻常设计的方式来观展,同时凭借创新性、艺术性和技术性的产品来使这种“无障碍”的特征得到强调。参观者将在这种多感官的环境中收获更加具体的生活体验。

“Senses” is an accessible exhibition experience that welcomes visitors of all abilities in ways that go far beyond the usual talking points of universal design. This show looks beyond that notion of compliance and uses innovative, artistic and technologically advanced ideas to address accessibility and create environments that engage the visitor across multiple senses to create a more embodied life experience.

▼展区细部,detailed view

Location: Cooper Hewitt Smithsonian Design Museum, New York City
Completion: Open April 2018-October 2018
Client: Smithsonian Institution
Collaborator: Graphic Design: David Genco
Photographer: Thomas Loof

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