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Exhibition in Cambridge, MA "Patterning by Heat"

Today’s spaces can be knitted, woven or spun with super light, extremely strong fibers of conductive materials that both channel and connect information that can communicate, and interact with people. If architects, designers, engineers and scientists can develop methods and tools to work with these kinds of active fibers and yarns at the scale of building then they can begin to consider how to make buildings of soft, lightweight and flexible materials that not only provide shelter but also transform using computation.
Patterning by Heat: The Responsive Textile Structures presents 4 different computational textile structures that change the appearance of space […]