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Posted by  isaac on February 19, 2004 at 00:08:27:

In Reply to:  interactive architecture posted by gjk on February 14, 2004 at 10:49:04:

i studied 'interactivity in architecture, during my thesis year. interactive architecture may be generally categorized thus: virtual and physical. a further classification takes to aspects such as perception, sensual, scale, rythm, linkages, nodes ,paths, districts and such areas as virtual reality. in this manner is experienced virtually and yet in all its 3D qualities. though i am no authority in this we can further explore other aspects that make architecture more interactive hence encouraging personalization of space.

 
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