Sensory Design; Exhibition design by Studio Joseph; Photo: Matt Flynn ? Smithsonian Institution

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0200, Sensory City

The unique sound and smell of any neighborhood results from human interaction with parks, plantings, fountains, street vending, and other features of urban design. Designers enhance urban existence by controlling noise and pollution and creating opportunities for sensory delight.

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