climatic kinetic architecture
The thesis looks at the understanding the environmental adaptiveness because of the effects of climate change. Living being on earth require a comfortable and secure environment to survive, architecture needs to accommodate these changes by learning from the natural environment using what is found locally in order to reduce waster and pollution. The principle of homeostasis is when organism’s can maintain a stable state of equilibrium within their environmental conditions through the efficient use of various adjustment means to form feedback loops, can be understood in allowing biological systems to restore to their original state. The focus is not copy nature instead use the principles of sustainability and locally sourced material’s in creating spaces not only for comfort of temperature and humidity but should consider natural light, ventilation and flexibility of social spaces. The exploration of how intelligent building systems that monitor environmental cues in order to keep the occupants needs and wants in consideration would be possible through integration of smart feedback loops and passive design systems to create a climatic kinetic design.