Céline Merhand and Anaïs Morel are the designers behind the French label, Les M, and they’ve created an environment to explore all five of your senses. The Sensorium exhibition is on display at the contemporary art museum MUDAM in Luxembourg through 8/27, where, like most museums, you normally can’t touch, eat, or speak – only appreciate the art. They’re now giving visitors the opportunity to test their senses in this beautifully designed space.

Sensorium Exhibition: A Space Devoted to the Five Senses in main art  Category

The materials are screaming to be touched and experienced through a series of events and workshops devoted to the various senses. I don’t know about you, but I think it looks cozy and inviting and full of texture that I just want to touch and explore.

Sensorium Exhibition: A Space Devoted to the Five Senses in main art  Category

Sensorium Exhibition: A Space Devoted to the Five Senses in main art  Category

Sensorium Exhibition: A Space Devoted to the Five Senses in main art  Category

Sensorium Exhibition: A Space Devoted to the Five Senses in main art  Category

Sensorium Exhibition: A Space Devoted to the Five Senses in main art  Category

Sensorium Exhibition: A Space Devoted to the Five Senses in main art  Category

Sensorium Exhibition: A Space Devoted to the Five Senses in main art  Category

I hope to see this exhibition travel to another museum soon so that some of you will have a chance to check it out.