“You smell that? What is that?…” – “Your cologne?”- “No” – “Opportunity” – “No. Money”
HEADWIND brings a breath of fresh air into the world of work. This reviving ambient scent was developed at the Bern University of Applied Sciences Business School in the summer of 2019 in a student project.
The 4th Space, Creativity & Organizing Workshop was devoted to the senses – in particular to the sense of smell.
The ongoing normalization of ambient scent creates a growing need for diffusers. In most cases diffusers convey some distinct atmosphere: it might be somehow esoteric or rather technical. But there are very few products we have seen so far that seem to resonate with current design culture.
The air freshener Little Tree epitomizes the state of contemporary scent culture. This might sound provocative.
Home fragrance is a booming field in scentculture that provides new design challenges.
The term scenthesizer has been coined in the science fiction a long time ago. Now it is a real option marketed as a djtechtool. Have a look!
BBC news reports in detail on the innovative approach Tate Sensorium.
The new exhibition at Tate Britain bringing in a master chocolatier, a scent expert and an audio specialist wants to change the way people interact with the paintings. Once again the new sensorium is widely covered by the media. It seems as if the cultural domain is deeply longing for this sensorial opening.
Olfactory art is on the cutting edge of the multi-sensorial art experience. Denver Art Museum (DAM) is out in front of this trend with their ongoing collaborative efforts with perfumer and olfactory artist, Dawn Spencer Hurwitz.
In a bold move and as a special treat, Christophe Laudamiel and DreamAir have decided to divulge the 2015 formula of the Air Sculpture® Finnish-Hungarian Osmolanguage #5.
An upcoming exhibit at Tate Britain experiments with sensory experiences to deepen the way visitors perceive different works.
Uncovering the smell of the past Révélateur uncovers the smell of the past and adds a contextual layer of information.