How Multi-Sensory Perception Plays a Landscape Restorative Role in Adelaide’s Urban Green Space
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Keywords

Urban green space
Multi-sensory design
Restoration
Auditory and tactile design

DOI

10.26689/jwa.v6i3.3959

Abstract

Urban green space is an effective psychological restoration landscape site. However, Adelaide’s urban green space tends to focus on visual design but neglect non-visual senses. Sensory influence is interactive and has profound and subtle effects on tourists. The purpose of this study was to investigate the relationship between auditory, tactile, and psychological restoration of urban green space from a multi-sensory perspective. This study used quantitative research methods to investigate auditory and tactile-related landscape factors that have a positive effect on restoration. It is expected that this study will contribute to the high-quality restoration of urban green space and promote human health.

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