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Architecture -- Interactive multimedia


Interactive Architecture Lab

The Interactive Architecture Lab at University College London "is a multi-disciplinary studio interested in the Behaviour and Interaction of Things, Environments and their Inhabitants." On the site's visually stimulating blog, readers will find video, audio, and text related to responsive environments, robotics and kinetic structures, multi-sensory interfaces, wearable computing and prosthetics,...
Teaching by Design: Lesson Plans

Teaching by Design seeks to carry on the legacy of American architect Frank Lloyd Wright with lesson plans that bring art, design, and nature into the classroom. Wright's ideas, such as organic architecture and community design, are connected with cross-curricular themes including geometry, biology, visual art, and social studies. For example, the "Sprouting Design" activity, inspired by Wright's...
The Architectural Imagination

Architecture is both aesthetic expression and technical achievement, and it engages with history, culture, and society. Students in this free course from Harvard University will explore architecture from all of these perspectives, while learning about architectural design, theory, and history. Academics, hobbyists, and aspiring professional architects will learn hands-on skills such as modeling,...