TUDelft Interactive Environments Minor Workshop 2022
Living Architecture Systems Group
With Science Centre Delft and Interactive Environments Minor of TU Delft
This folio documents student outcomes from the Living Architecture Systems Workshop held at Science Centre Delft and the Interactive Environments Minor of TU Delft, November 7–12, 2022. The workshop focused on introducing students to methods used by the Living Architecture Systems Group (LASG) in creating responsive environments by exploring fabrication, digital twin approaches, and behaviour programming. The workshop was preceded by preparatory talks and instructional folios as well as an introductory lecture by Philip Beesley. Students were given access to the LASG’s library of geometric scaffolding, actuation hardware, and behaviour programming in order to explore and apply to their own projects. The publication forms part of a series of work-in-progress reports and publications by LASG researchers and contributors.
The Interactive Environments minor is one of multiple minor courses offered by the TUDelft as part of the third year of the bachelor program. A minor is a full semester of education offering bachelor students the opportunity to explore topics or modes of working beyond the scope of their own bachelor program. The Interactive Environments minor course program bridges the disciplinary fields of design, architecture, and engineering and introduces a making-first strategy to conceptualise for real-world design assignments.
The LASG folio consists of work-in-progress reports and publications by LASG researchers and contributors.