Experience design agency HUSH produces a series of digital eco-friendly installations to complement the first net-zero structure on the East Coast. The project is located in United Therapeutics (Unither)'s new environmentally conscious headquarters in Silver Spring, Maryland. Through the integration of technology and contemporary architecture practices, the building boasts a digitally-integrated living and breathing system.
HUSH's eco-friendly installations are anchored by a sundial and present real-time data from the headquarter's energy systems. In addition, the design agency integrates an interactive component to better engage the audience as the multi-touch interface allows users to gain further insight. Thus, through the eco-friendly installations, audiences are presented with the opportunity to explore past performance of the system, as well as possible futures.
Photo Credits: Nicholas Cope
Sundial-Driven Eco-Friendly Installations
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