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Architecture and adaptation: from cybernetics to tangible computing

Giannoudis Sokratis

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Extent231 pagesen
TitleArchitecture and adaptation: from cybernetics to tangible computingen
CreatorGiannoudis Sokratisen
CreatorΓιαννουδης Σωκρατηςel
PublisherTaylor & Francisen
Content SummaryArchitecture and Adaptation discusses architectural projects that use computational technology to adapt to changing conditions and human needs. Topics include kinetic and transformable structures, digitally driven building parts, interactive installations, intelligent environments, early precedents and their historical context, socio-cultural aspects of adaptive architecture, the history and theory of artificial life, the theory of human-computer interaction, tangible computing,and the social studies of technology. Author Socrates Yiannoudes proposes tools and frameworks for researchers to evaluate examples and tendencies in adaptive architecture. Illustrated with more than 50 black and white images.en
Type of ItemΒιβλίοel
Type of ItemBooken
Date of Item2018-10-26-
Date of Publication2016-
SubjectArchitecture--Human factorsen
SubjectArchitecture and technologyen
SubjectIntelligent buildingsen
SubjectArchitecture -- Technological innovationsen
Bibliographic CitationS. Yiannoudes. Architecture and adaptation: from cybernetics to tangible computing, New York: Taylor and Francis, 2016. doi: 10.4324/9781315731117en
Book Edition1-
Book Seriesen