From The Huffington Post, 12 February 2011 ("Food for Thought: Can Design in Food Reach New Potentials?" by Patricia Brizzio): "The interest on investigating the potential for architecture in defining experiences that are not only visual or formal, but that engage multiple senses at once has also formally entered the academic circles and curriculum at schools of architecture. At McGill School of Architecture, this past semester Alberto Perez-Gomez and his students explored how to experientially tell a story engaging all the senses. Narrative and phenomenology came together with digital design and digital fabrication, through a culinary, tasting and spatial experiment in the MXT installation." To read the full article, please visit here.