Platform Synthesis: The Augmented Domesticity

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Bognar, Melinda: Platform Synthesis: The Augmented Domesticity. In: Schröder, J.; Sommariva, E.; Sposito, S. (Eds.): Creative Food Cycles - Book 1, 2020. S. 401-409. DOI:

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Architectural creation is always affected by technological development and availability of resources. The aspects of globalisation, urbanisation, planetarization are demanding creative reactions from humanity. ICTs can promote better informed decision-making by reducing digital divide and actionable intelligence for our future urban sustainability. This could improve the efficiency, operation and transparency of physical infrastructure and flexible distribution of resources in urban, district and home habitat. This paper examines two distinct examples of twenty-first century housing model: The Kitchenless project of Anna Puigjaner and the Automated Living System of Design Computation Lab. Both projects are building on the effects of a certain kind of industrial revolution on housing with a distinct approach.
License of this version: CC BY 3.0 DE
Document Type: BookPart
Publishing status: publishedVersion
Issue Date: 2020
Appears in Collections:Creative Food Cycles

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1 image of flag of Germany Germany 52 25.24%
2 image of flag of United States United States 25 12.14%
3 image of flag of United Kingdom United Kingdom 19 9.22%
4 image of flag of Australia Australia 19 9.22%
5 image of flag of Spain Spain 18 8.74%
6 image of flag of Italy Italy 13 6.31%
7 image of flag of China China 5 2.43%
8 image of flag of Switzerland Switzerland 5 2.43%
9 image of flag of Netherlands Netherlands 4 1.94%
10 image of flag of Canada Canada 4 1.94%
    other countries 42 20.39%

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