WORKSHOP DIGITAL INFORMATION IN THE ARCHITECTURAL SPACE
09.02.2017 The results of the workshop Digital Information in the Architectural Space have been presented yesterday at the EPFL+ECAL lab in Renens. A group of architecture students together with 2 students from the Master of Advanced Studies in Design Research for Digital Innovation have been exploring the relation between content and context by investigating the spatiality of screens in a 5-day exploratory workshop organized by ALICE & EPFL+ECAL lab. The aim of the workshop is to develop new concepts for immersive installations and explore the visual and physical presence of screens with the goal to increase the link with the content.
Organisation: Rudi Nieveen
Participants: Vincent Bianchi, Adrien Blondel, Allison Crank, Lara Defayes, Gregory Devaud, Antoine Faivre, Alexis Galli, Julia Martignoni, Arko Naroyan, Alex Orsholits.
Thanks to: Gael Abegg Gauthey, Dieter Dietz & Nicolas Henchoz
photos: Rudi Nieveen, Alex Orsholits