Interactive Space

Connecting and Mapping the built environment

Green designs have the capacity to increase the livability of the human race by introducing designs which are responsible and friendly to the mother nature.

Mapping human and urban 2

Don’t be shellfish…Man and the natural environment              “In ecosystems, species’ cooperation and competition are interlinked and held in balance so that the system permits independent activity on the part of each individual of a species, yet cooperatively meshes the activity patterns of all species.”           […]

Opportunities for architects and urban designers – Conclusion

Don’t be shellfish…Conclusion The opportunities which engages the architect into modelling the architectural image with new mapping technologies would move the human interaction to sensorial bounds, where the architect and the urban designer is in the position to make sensitive architectural changes to places . The changes would offer to the user the capacity to […]

States of development: systems of interaction

Don’t be shellfish…I.Information technology In modes of practice from everyday usage to technical setting, information is delivering the contrast of negotiation between fixed meanings, implemented from sounds and acoustic trajectories through space: one trajectory deep and one high (consonant or vowel) generating random patterns through the physical space, releasing and distorting the space warped around […]

Perception in corporeal: nature as forms of interogation

Don’t be shellfish… Architecture and its production has been modulated through its history in inertia between physical production and philosophical context and through many relations with technology which was in many cases from the first groups of social systems considered as primary and beyond. Social systems in their early stage as groups had gathered a […]

You might also likeclose