The Sensory Landscape project, which is inspired by and pays homage to the Mediterranean and Sicilian landscape, is proposed as an interactive and experiential space that appeals to different senses – touch, smell, sight, taste and hearing – and enhances the perception of the landscape through sensitive dialogues, connecting the natural elements that identify the territory into experiences: scents, textures, sounds, scenes. The garden is a true interactive device that will be enriched by the interaction of visitors, offering different ways of involvement: a space for dialogue, dissemination, communication and exchanging of ideas. The installation also offers visitors the opportunity to bring their own plant as a device to exchange green ideas by connecting the immediacy of sharing. The system: As an interactive table-system piece that has the capacity for constant transformation, the installation creates different types of spaces and situations. The system can be modified by changing its layout; grow or shrink along the site generating different scenarios and activities.