Interactive Architecture Lab, The Bartlett School of Architecture
Contact: Ruairi Glynn
The Interactive Architecture Lab is a multidisciplinary research group interested in the behaviour and interaction of things, environments and their inhabitants. Areas of current research include adaptive responsive environments; kinetic design and robotics; multisensory interfaces; wearable computing and prosthetics; the ‘internet of things’; performance and choreography. Situated within the 12-month Masters programme, MArch Architectural Design (AD), the Lab gives students an opportunity to exploit the potential of new sensing, computation, networked and responsive technologies to imagine, build and test new spaces of interaction.