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Rem Koolhaas Interview for ICON

July 17, 2005 |

Having just finished reading Content a very fun and insightful book I thought I’d see what else Rem Koolhaas had to say for himself.

We’ve all heard of The Office for Metropolitan Architecture, the architectural equivalent of MIT … Read More

Design Boom – Interviews

July 12, 2005 |

I’m really interested in other peoples opinions at the moment, probably because I’ve just spent the last year trying to develop my own opinions and lost sight a little of my peers. Winning the Innovation Award at Submerge this year … Read More

Peter Anders – Cyberspace Interview

July 9, 2005 |

Peter Anders has been involved with work at the Institute of Digital Art and Technology at Plymouth University, in particular Arch-OS and discussing its potential. Here’s an interview discussing the similarity of imaginary or virtual space and physical space.

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Installation – MIT

July 4, 2005 |


Installation is a system designed by Simon Greenwold at the Aesthetics and Computation Group at the MIT Media Lab, consisting of a viewing window and a stylus with which users can create virtual forms and install them permanently into … Read More

Interactive Surfaces from loop.pH

June 21, 2005 | | One Comment

loop.pH creates and develops new and reactive surfaces and objects, conducts an extensive range of research activities and collaborates with industry and multi-disciplinary groups.

loop.pH research explores electronically responsive and light emitting surfaces as a form of visual communication in … Read More

Tobi Schneidler, RemoteHome

May 22, 2005 | | 2 Comments

What I most like about the whole RemoteHome project is that it is a very personal kinetic tangible experience. I love the idea that sitting on furniture in one country could influence the shape of furniture in another. Tobi Schneidler … Read More

Sky Ear, Usman Haque

May 6, 2005 | | One Comment

Sky Ear is a collection of hundreds of helium filled balloons with mobile phone technology, electromagnetic sensors and colored lights that are activated by the sensors. by calling the phones attached to the balloons the electromagnetic fields created activate the … Read More

Not so White Walls

May 6, 2005 |

Quite a bit of this going on at the moment. Hypersurface or interactive screen like surfaces. Check out the Dario Buzzini’s website at interaction-ivrea for his personal interest in taking these ideas of interactive surfaces on.

The surface of … Read More