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15. 08. 2006  14:45 | 01_Mobility_&_Mashup_Situations , 02_Project_Links_&_Ressources_4

Lighter than air architecture / Bartlett School of Architecture

Within the collaboration with the SWIS laboratory from EPFL (workshop_4), our first projetc idea was to develope a "lighter than air" architecture that would take into account the activities of 3-4 users/people, collaborate with them and activate spatial configurations and/or functions (shelter, lighting system, communication, etc. according to such activities. Due to time constraints, we are working on a reduced projects where swarm robots are still moving in 2d (large table configuration). It seems that the Bartlett school of architecture has the same kind of ideas we had and is starting to work on such a project. Follow the link below (we-make-money-not-art's blog or on interactive architecture dot org's blog as well).

Posted by patrick keller at 15. 08. 2006 14:45