interaction, change, flexibility, education, middle school design, Brooklyn, responsive architecture, experience
"It is the contention of this thesis that developing more interactive relationships will create new opportunities for a building to respond and adapt to the rapid pace of change. Through means of flexibility and efficiency, his expanded dynamic process can generate direct engagement between a building and the users and the natural environment that interact with it."
Levy, Gregory, "Interactive Architecture: Creating Opportunities for our Future" (2009). Senior Theses. Paper 87.
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