The reality is that the technology we use today is constantly learning and catering to our needs, and learning and responding to us. Apple collects endless amounts of data every time you use your iphone, but what about our surroundings what if they learned and changed to how we live? Behnaz Farahi work at the University of Southern California challenged how a surface can interact and adapt to the way we inhabit space. The surface begins to shift and bend as the inhabitant moves around and away from the surface. The project uses kinetic motion sensors to react to the location of the inhabitant, but what if that structure adapted to our daily routines? Check it out after the jump!
STUDENT: Behnaz Farahi SCHOOL: University of Southern California YEAR: 2013
F+ is bringing you a fresh new look into yet another master’s thesis from the University of Waterloo, by Tara Keens – Douglas. The project teases the boundaries of architecture. Is architecture fashion or is fashion architecture. One creates space and another invades space, yet both are the object of interest, yet at different scales.
“Fashion is architecture: it is a matter of proportions” CoCo Chanel.