Responsive digital design - interactive interior architecture
The research topic is based on the desire to align the architecture and design related responses to the current environmental, social, cultural conditions. Regarding all architectural proposals that are as complex, as they are “petriﬁed” in time and space, we analyze the principles, according to which they should constantly auto-correct themselves depending on the exterior stimuli and the relevant occurred changes. Hence, architecture would become an interactive, live, responsive mechanism, which would meet users with the best solution, conﬁgured depending on the parameters that inﬂuence it in a particular moment in time.
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