January 16-22, 2017
Architecture, Experience Design, Interior Design, Landscape Design, Performance, Urban Design
9:00 am - 6:00 pm
9:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Nathan Phillips Square
100 Queen Street West
$40 per person or group of two (max. group size is two)
Click “Book Apointment” to schedule: http://www.jonathansilver.ca/blindfolded-walking-tour.html
A well-designed place doesn’t just look good; it feels good, sounds good, and smells good. Good multi-sensory places have enormous power over us. They draw us in and encourage us to stay. They improve our health, productivity, and attention. They lower our stress and anxiety, and they instill in us a sense of ownership and care for a place. Sensory architecture enhances our quality of life, yet Toronto is a city designed for our eyes. To understand the importance of multi-sensory design and to learn how to experience the city through your non-visual senses, come on a Blindfolded Walking Tour.
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