BraneSpace Apparatus at Muhba

Can we program the spaces we inhabit to act as living organisms that respond to our emotions and our needs? Can self sufficient homes be constructed with the help of digital fabrication, augmented reality or autonomous robots?

Is it possible to use digital interfaces and augmented reality as tools to ensure public participation when defining our cities?

The exhibition Living in Future Cities is a product of work developed by the international architectural researchers of IAAC. The work examines issues of the near future and proposes a series of solutions in the era of experience, where technology can aid us to positively define the spaces and cities we live, grow and thrive in.

On Wednesday 28th of June takes place the opening of the IAAC End of Year Exhibition Living (in) Future Cities, which will be held this year at the MUHBA Oliva Artés in Poblenou, and it will be open to the public until the 30th of July.

Every year the Institute organizes a public event to showcase the best projects of its international researchers coming from all over the world to attend its Master programs: Master in Advanced Architecture (MAA), Master in City & Technology (MaCT), Master in Advanced Interaction (MAI), Open Thesis Fabrication (OTF).

Given the multidisciplinary and multiscale nature of the Master’s methodology, the exhibition content range from experimentations on new materials to scale-up proposals for new cities, using a variety of materials and supports.

This year the selected projects revolve around the topic of Living (in) Future Cities, examining issues of the near future and proposing a series of solutions in the era of experience, where technology can aid us to positively define the spaces and cities we live, grow and thrive in.

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