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|Author||Tvedebrink T.D.O.; Fich L.B.; Canepa E.; Djebbara Z.; Carstens A.C.; Huynh D.C.; Jensen O.B.
|Title||Motion and Emotion: Understanding Urban Architecture through Diverse Multisensorial Engagements|
Tvedebrink T.D.O.; Fich L.B.; Canepa E.; Djebbara Z.; Carstens A.C.; Huynh D.C.; Jensen O.B. Motion and Emotion: Understanding Urban Architecture through Diverse Multisensorial Engagements,Journal of Somaesthetics 8 2
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|Abstract||Understanding how (dis)abled human bodies interact with the built environment is critical in Urban Design. We examine if somaesthetic theory combined with a neuro-architectural framework can help advance our understanding of human bodily interaction with the built environment. We do so first from a theoretical point of view, and second with an analysis of the situated context: Budolfi Square in Aalborg, Denmark. Our take-home-message is that architects and urban designers need to move beyond the established understanding of the multi-sensory soma, into an understanding of a situated mobile-emotional soma. © 2022, Aalborg University press. All rights reserved.