In 2017 Austrian architect Julian Jauk exhibited his conceptualized living architecture sculpture model that aims to make sense of the dualism, existing between incorporeal and material things, as well as natural and artificial substances. Until now, living architecture has been able to curiously adapt and morph with regard to environments, but Jauk's model is a kinetic and highly sensitive structure that also responds to human emotional ques.
The conceptualized living architecture sculpture utilizes naturally-inspired bionic technology, whose algorithm mimics biological criteria and transports it into the active framework of the structure. Participants are able to stimulate the architecture by setting it to their mood and changing the intensity and dynamic of energy and light sources.
Photo Credits: Julian Jauk and Monika Robak
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