In this installation, designed for Whirlpool on the occasion of Interni Magazine Human Spaces (Milan Design Week 2019), the perception and the experience of time change through the succession of dynamic, narrative units interpreting the relationship between intuitive technology and human factor. The space has been thus interpreted as a sort of intelligent and permeable organism, to be crossed and lived as a multisensorial experience. A high-density landscape, the perception of which changes from daytime to nightime. A big transparent bubble at the core of the installation hosts a cubic, gold-shaded volume – of about four meters each sides – which admits the visitor to an immersive environment with undefined boundaries. The succession of environmental videos, lights, sounds and graphic elements draw continuously developing and in time landscapes on them, through the montage of narrative sequences. A reflection on value of time throughout a multisensory experience.