Adaptive design should aim to be truly versatile. This ensures that an adaptive architectural design will do its best to meet occupant needs and goals. This podcast teaches you about three critical factors that can help your adaptive design to respond appropriately (and in real-time) to occupant needs. After all, with greater versatility within your adaptive design, will come greater building effectiveness for building occupants.
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This is Maria Lorena Lehman with SensingArchitecture.com, and today we’re going to talk about how to make adaptive design truly versatile.
Adaptive design in architecture is about buildings that respond to change. And this change can come from a variety of sources — like the weather or occupant behavior and need, for instance. Adaptive architecture is an architecture that can change in real-time to meet such occupant needs as they occur (or even before the occur, with predictive measures). But how do you ensure that your adaptive design is truly versatile? How do you ensure that it is able to meet those real-time needs of occupants?
The following are three important factors to ensure that your adaptive design for architecture is as versatile as it can be — in efforts to serve building occupants with the best [Read more...]