Sensing Spaces was an exhibition that ran from early to mid 2014 at the Royal Academy of Arts in London. The exhibition featured seven architectural practices from six countries and four continents each tasked with reawakening visitors’ sensibilities to the spaces around them and bringing to the fore the experiential qualities of architecture.

I worked solo on the project with the help of a project manager. The final product was designed and built in WordPress and displayed around the exhibition on mounted iPads featuring information about the architects and the installations:

A key question posed by the exhibition was how architecture can influence our thoughts and feelings. For this I created a ‘thought board’ where visitors could record and share their views using a simple commenting system: