Conference Tracks and Themes

Please find below the range of conference tracks where you might wish to place your paper.
Papers that do not fit any of the tracks below but are otherwise related to the main conference topic are also welcome and will be considered.


  1. Sensory perception and the philosophy of architecture
  2. Cultural contexts of sensory perception
  3. Anthropology of senses
  4. Aesthetics of senses, senses in aesthetics
  5. Senses in art
  6. Sensory perception – architecture – aesthetics
  7. Forces of nature and sensory perception
  8. Concepts of senses
  9. Sensory perception and human interactions
  10. Sensory perception and design
  11. Senses and climate
  12. Sensory perception and atmosphere
  13. Sensory perception as an element of cultural heritage
  14. Sensory perception and matter
  15. Sensory perception and materials
  16. Media of communication, sensory perception, the sensorium
  17. Sensory communication
  18. Sensory perception, somatic experience
  19. Senses and virtual reality
  20. Sensory navigation
  21. Sensory maps
  22. Sensory parks and gardens - concept
  23. Devaluation or affirmation of sensory experience?
  24. Metaphysics of senses


  1. Sensory ability and perception
  2. Sensory ability and senses
  3. Sensory experience from a neurocognitive perspective
  4. Sensory experience neurophysiological perspective
  5. Sensory integration in/through architectural and urban space
  6. Architecture and disability (physical, sensory, cognitive, mental and physical)
  7. Neurocognitive dysfunctions and architecture/urban planning
  8. Sensory substitution in architecture and urban planning
  9. Sensory experience and new media and technologies and methodologies of design
  10. Sensory experience and ergonomics
  11. Sensory experience and the human factor
  12. Neurocognitive aspects of ergonomics


  1. Sensory experience and theory of architecture
  2. Sensory experience in the process of design concept development
  3. Sensory experience in the process of architectural design
  4. Sensory experience concept and the working plan and specifications
  5. Sensory experience and in spatial design
  6. Sensory experience and the theory of and practice of landscaping
  7. Sensory experience and spatial communication and orientation
  8. BIM and regulation of the sensory living environment
  9. Sensory experience and agent design
  10. Technologies aiding design and sensory ability and experience
  11. Sensory ability and design execution
  12. Virtual architecture
  13. Digital and satellite technologies aiding communication


  1. Sensory ability and intelligent buildings
  2. Sensory experience and architectural detail
  3. Senses and interior architecture
  4. Sensory experience and medical architecture
  5. Sensory experience and designing residential architecture
  6. Sensory experience and designing children’s spaces
  7. Sensory experience and designing for the elderly
  8. Sensory experience and designing educational buildings
  9. Sensory experience and industrial architecture
  10. Sensory experience and designing office spaces
  11. Sensory experience and designing sports venues
  12. Sensory experience and nature in designing recreational facilities
  13. Sensory experience and designing theatre venues
  14. Sensory experience and designing concert venues
  15. Sensory experience and designing dance spaces
  16. Sensory experience and designing museums and art galleries
  17. Sensory experience and designing commercial venues, e.g. shopping malls
  18. Sensory experience and designing dining venues (restaurants, coffee shops, etc.)
  19. Sensory experience and designing mass event venues
  20. Sensory experience and designing architectural
  21. Sensory experience and transit architecture (stations, airports)
  22. Sensory parks and gardens – completed projects