Ideacity | Jan 23, 2013 | 15:05

    Rachel Armstrong

    Experimental biologist Rachel Armstrong invites us to imagine a new experience of architecture, one that mimics our immersion in the natural world. She describes her work on living technologies – buildings and materials that can be programmed to sense and respond to their surroundings – as the antidote to our misguided adoption of stasis as a survival strategy.

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