The design and fabrication of adaptive architecture are often driven by technological possibilities, such as employing the latest construction materials and processes, the newest sensors, better actuators, or novel data-processing capabilities. Less frequently, specific interactions between inhabitant and architecture are the driving force behind the design of adaptive architecture. However, it is as vital to advance our understanding of these interactions as it is to explore the new technologies enabling them. Insights Interactions between humans and buildings will become increasingly important to consider in the design of future architecture. More and more home-automation devices and platforms developed as…
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