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_id lasg_nearlivingarchitecture_2014_fulltext
id lasg_nearlivingarchitecture_2014_fulltext
authors Beesley, Philip [editor]
year 2014
title Euphoria and Dystopia
source Near-Living Architecture; Work in Progress from The Hylozoic Ground Collaboration 2011 - 2013 [ISBN 978-1-926724-45-4 (pbk).--ISBN 978-1-926724-57-7 (epub).--ISBN 978-1-926724-58-4 (mobi)] Riverside Architectural Press: Toronto, Canada 2014
keywords Living Architecture Systems Group, living architecture, meshworks, metabolisms, kinetic, cybernetic, artificial intelligence, cognition, neuroscience, prototyping, diffusive, subtle phenomena, form-languge, chemistry, natural computing, affect, perception
email philip.beesley@uwaterloo.ca
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_id sigradi2004_339
id sigradi2004_339
authors Guto Requena
year 2004
title Habitação e novas mídias: Equipamentos e seus usos no habitar contemporâneo [Dwelling and New Media: Equipment and its Uses in Contemporary Dwelling]
source SIGraDi 2004 - [Proceedings of the 8th Iberoamerican Congress of Digital Graphics] Porte Alegre - Brasil 10-12 november 2004
summary The residential automation seems to be one more of the characteristics from the influence of new media in the domestic daily. The research .Habitation and New Medias: Equipment and its uses in contemporary dwelling. searched to understand the situation of the residential automation in Brazil, looking for indications of transformations in the space of the habitation contemporary and in the society.s ways of life, establishing a critical vision on the technological euphoria and new happened paradigms of the conceptual universe of the virtuality.
keywords Residential automation, domestic space, virtuality, new media
series SIGRADI
email guto@gutorequena.com.br
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_id 2c14
authors Sharji, E.A., Hussain, H. and Ahmad, R.E.
year 2002
title Electronic Gallery : Case Study of A New Design Approach in Malaysia
source Connecting the Real and the Virtual - design e-ducation [20th eCAADe Conference Proceedings / ISBN 0-9541183-0-8] Warsaw (Poland) 18-20 September 2002, pp. 370-373
summary A building comprises of more than the skin and the structural works. It is the soul that comes in the form of SPACE that is intriguing and provokes the mind. To be able to experience a building relies heavily on the spatial concept and internal lay out. How one is captured right from entering the entrance and through the layering of space, of horizontal and vertical planes and finally the euphoria, or depressed feeling that concludes the tour depending on the feeling intended (Miller, 1995). The common norm at present celebrates the outer skin and grandeur of facades. Not many include the hidden grids and fragmentation that can lead to a surprisingly good form AND space. Thus a number of them fail, in the sense of a sensuous building. ‘The circulation path can be conceived as the perceptual thread that links the spaces of a building or any series of interior or exterior spaces, together. Since we move in TIME, through SEQUENCE of SPACES, we experience a space in relation to where we’ve been, and where we anticipate going’ (Ching, 1979). This research intends to study and analyze the unconventional electronic gallery or ‘e-gallery’ as a versatile hybrid container. The focus of the research will be on documenting spaces in the e-gallery, bringing to light the unlimited possibilities that can take place in such a space.
series eCAADe
email elyna.amir@mmu.edu.my
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