Dynamic Ornament: The Design of Responsive Architectural Environments

@inproceedings{Meagher2010DynamicOT,
  title={Dynamic Ornament: The Design of Responsive Architectural Environments},
  author={Mark Meagher},
  year={2010}
}
This thesis study investigates the architectural potential of digital information, using case studies and prototypes to explore the integration of dynamic information in the architectural environment. Responsive architecture, a design field that has arisen in recent decades at the intersection of architecture and computer science, invokes a material response to digital information and implies the capacity of the building to respond dynamically to changing stimuli. One important function of… Expand
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