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Barba. Life in the Fully Adaptable Environment | The Why Factory, Winy Maas, Ulf Hackauf, Adrien Ravon, Patrick Healy | 9789462082533

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Barba

Life in the Fully Adaptable Environment

Auteur:Winy Maas, Ulf Hackauf, Adrien Ravon, Patrick Healy

Uitgever:nai010, The Why Factory

ISBN: 978-94-6208-253-3

  • Paperback
  • Engels
  • 416 pagina's
  • 12 okt. 2015

How could nanotechnology change buildings and cities in the future? Imagine a new substance, that could be steered and altered in real time. Imagine creating a nanomaterial that could change its shape, that could shrink and expand. that could do almost anything… The Why Factory named this material Barba. With Barba, we would be able to adapt our environment to every desire and every need.

The eighth book in The Why Factory’s Future Cities series envisions how nanomaterial might drastically change cities and architecture in the future. This speculation on fully adaptable environments is illustrated in the best tradition of science fiction. We follow an inhabitant for a day and see, how everyday routines change in these new, flexible spaces. This story forms the point of departure for a series of interactive experiments, installations, and proposals towards the development of new, body-based and fully adaptive architectures.

// Also available as e-book

How could nanotechnology change buildings and cities in the future? Imagine a new substance, that could be steered and altered in real time. Imagine creating a nanomaterial that could change its shape, that could shrink and expand. that could do almost anything… The Why Factory named this material Barba. With Barba, we would be able to adapt our environment to every desire and every need.

The eighth book in The Why Factory’s Future Cities series envisions how nanomaterial might drastically change cities and architecture in the future. This speculation on fully adaptable environments is illustrated in the best tradition of science fiction. We follow an inhabitant for a day and see, how everyday routines change in these new, flexible spaces. This story forms the point of departure for a series of interactive experiments, installations, and proposals towards the development of new, body-based and fully adaptive architectures.

// Also available as e-book

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