Pavilion prototype as part of energy design strategies for the future.
As climate and society change, it might not be the smartest way to customice buildings towards local weather conditions and using patterns that might be obsolete within a few decades anyway. An alternative could be to design super-adaptive buildings skins, which can negotiave any indooroutdoor differences. Our goal was to create and adaptive structure which follows a kinematic aesthetic and reacts to different einvironmental conditions.
The building skin becomes a transformable, moveable membrane driven by one main control driver. For a successful contribution to the cultural environment, architectural design has to shift from formal design to the design of movement and behaviour. Conceptual proof was delivered with a fully functional 1:20 model driven by arduino and firefly
Exhibited in the MAK Nite Lab 2013