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Date PostedJune 10, 2015

Could Smell be Re-introduced into Architecture Design

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Source: dsen.co

We all know from personal experience how powerful the sense of smell is in conjuring up feelings and memories. But is it possible that smell could be the element missing in our building design?

While modern architects are used to implementing measures in their designs to minimise smell or rid buildings of them altogether, such as ventilation systems, in history there have been civilisations that actually designed their dwellings to have smell incorporated into it.

According to a post on Sourceable.net there is a growing trend in design to incorporate all 5 senses into building design, including smell.

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