Neural Sensorium

What if space had the ability to act as an interpreter, reading the minds of its users to What if space had the ability to act as an interpreter, reading the minds of its users to communicate as well as exude a sense of agency and perspective? Considering neurodiversity in developing an interior language. Neural Sensorium aims to explore the current gaps in interior architecture in consideration of existing spaces designed for neurodevelopmental disability and the limitations of communication devices. Technology plays a role in facilitating newly developed systems of communication offering agency to a person with a neurodevelopmental disability. The interior alters its position to become a receptor, translating messages to create a distinctive interior language.

A black and white A brain with a blue overlay of technology. A flower to the left side and smoke and ear to the right revealing the senses. A eye on top of the image with computer decoding.
A mapping of Melbourne Victoria. The map is in a circular form and blue line work. The pink dots represent the places which assist persons with disabilities.
Two circlular mappings. The one on the left represents Melbourne Victoria and the spread out locations of disability services. The one on the right is smaller, representing colourful dots within Melbourne CBD.
Representation of the gap. A linear form of blue blocks. The blocks represent the users of the space. The first shows the difficulty of researching, second shows a person in control standing on the box, the third a person in a box, the forth a person research a verticle wall, the forth 2 people sitting within cubes and the fith shows partitions seperating people.
A brain in diffrent colours. The brain is seperated into the lobes.