Amatria evokes a core theme of abiogenesis, the emergence of life during the earliest stages of development of the universe.
Iris van Herpen and Philip Beesley continued their longstanding collaboration for the Lucid collection, presented in Paris on March 8th, 2016.
Toronto’s expo for design, innovation and technology (EDIT 2017) is a 10 day festival produced by design exchange. The Living Architecture Systems Group (LASG) collaborated with artists, scientists, designers, and engineers to create astrocyte, an empathetic soundspace that feels and speaks with its viewers.
Sentient Veil is a jewel-like canopy containing multiple miniature sound processors interwoven with hundreds of digitally controlled lights installed within the historic galleries of the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum.
The close connection between living nature and architecture is a persistent and enduring theme across cultures. In the west it has come to be called Organicism. The Living Architecture Systems exhibited ongoing research on “living architecture” by the Living Architecture Systems Group.