This report shows that language is not a transparent medium used to report the world surrounding us but a construction with the ability to influence its speakers. Since language is the primary tool for communication, it is important to raise awareness about the way it impacts our society and perception. The aim of this report is to explore language from a designer’s perspective and find ways to expose the influence it wields on its speakers. I focus on spoken language and investigate it as a separate entity with physical qualities, to highlight its presence and reveal its construction. The structure follows the journey of my design process. I explore the way bilingual people and interpreters are affected by language through interviews and experiments. Drawing on this, I expand on tone of voice, as one of the effects, and decipher it through film. This process triggers a different point of view of language, which regards language as an object. In conclusion, I create space for design interventions that use the physical qualities of language (i e. acoustic energy, air exhaled in speech production) as a tool to allow people to see the limitations of language as a construction and separate entity with a perspective.