inclusive education, phenomenology, autism, kindergarten, senses, experience
"Architecture that is designed with the intended occupants full sensorial needs in mind ultimately enhances the occupants' experience. Architecture that engages all our senses will create spaces that transcend the purely visual. This higher order of perception will make occupants more self aware, conscious of their embodied experience of the world around them, and create informative experiences."
DeLaurentis, Mary, "SENS(E)ible Education: A Sensory Approach to an Inclusive Kindergarten" (2012). Architecture Senior Theses. Paper 48.