You’ve just stepped into a very old library. Where the professor sits in his wide chair, reads a heavy book and holds a thick pipe in his other hand. The room is full of curling aromatic flows of pipe tobacco smoke. Dust shimmering in the light and silence fills your ears. What’s the sensory experience like? The sense you notice first is a smell, the scent of old books steeped in tobacco aroma. Then your eyes catch a small subtle brownish table with his glossy surface. The glowing tobacco leaf motifs at the bottom reflect the rays of light, creating the impression of solidity.