Property owners are often unable to fully assess the effects of lighting, heating systems, windows, acoustic elements, etc. in their homes. Making an evaluation on the basis of figures is complicated enough among experts from various trades as they coordinate their work but virtually impossible for non-experts. Traditional means, such as plans or even high-end renderings, are not sufficient to convey or coordinate the effects of building components or systems. This is where “VR MultiSense” - a tool for multisensory experiences - comes into play. It allows people to experience the difference between good and poor thermal comfort, between good and poor acoustic environments, between glare and shade, etc. with all their senses and to understand how they interact with each other. Making complex decisions is much easier when they are based on real experiences.