The centerpiece of the exhibition is C-Chassis, a site-specific, 55-foot-long installation. Made from charred or stained cedar, it is intended to raise awareness of the roles that the non-visual senses play in the design process. Photo courtesy of the Sonoma Valley Museum of Art.  Photo 1 of 6 in Aidlin Darling Design Takes Over the Sonoma Valley Museum of Art

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The centerpiece of the exhibition is C-Chassis, a site-specific, 55-foot-long installation. Made from charred or stained cedar, it is intended to raise awareness of the roles that the non-visual senses play in the design process. Photo courtesy of the Sonoma Valley Museum of Art.

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