Slow Furl is a room size textile installation that acts and reacts on its inhabitation. As guests enter and move within the environment, the skin moves imperceptibly creating new cavities and spaces, revealing slits and apertures.
The application of sensory interior design has the potential to impact way finding design while enhancing the brand experience. I see the experience expanding to incorporate several senses, thus creating a personalized tool to educate the audience base on user interaction. This type brand education follows suit with recent trends of impulse buying being a thing of the past.