Alexandra Gomes to present on multi-sensory design at Central St Martins

7 December 2016

LSE Cities Research Officer and Coordinator of the Resource Urbanisms project Alexandra Gomes will present tomorrow for the final Feeling Good in Public Spaces dialogue organised by the Adaptation and Resilience in the Context of Change network (ARCC). The talk, hosted by Central St Martins as part of their Spatial Practices Lecture Series, will focus on sensescapes as “brush strokes” of an urban canvas and discuss urban environment aesthetics as a multi-sensory composition of visual, sound, smell and haptic characteristics. It will illustrate some preliminary results from Alexandra’s research, aiming at the creation of a comprehensive and open framework of analysis of how sensescapes can be defined and analysed. More information is available here.