Sensation, emotions and feelings are crucial indicators for well-being and survival. When touching a hot stove, the sensation of heat will trigger retreat. Emotions of fear will trigger escape. Also more complex feelings like love, compassion, hate or alienation, inspire human behaviour. Sensations, emotions and feelings deeply influence the sense of place. When being in conflict even a large palace can be experienced as suffocating. When in love, a small bed can be paradise. Phsyical sensations inform about the nature and construction of environments. Emotions and feelings reflect the atmoshere that happen in an environment, touching the heart of human beings involved. As result a sense of place is constructed.