Living with Adaptive Architecture, Lakeside Arts, University of Nottingham

The large-scale introduction of computing technologies into buildings has made architecture adaptive to its environment and its inhabitants. Systems of sensors, actuators and software have changed the way we live in such buildings, how we interact with architecture and with each other.

Living with Adaptive Architecture brings together projects and artistic explorations from across the Midlands and the UK to reveal the directions in which the field is currently expanding. Through full-scale interactive prototypes, videos and architectural models, visitors will be able to explore the links between different strands of cutting-edge research.

Discover ‘Living with Adaptive Architecture’ at Lakeside Arts between the 12th of May and the 17 June.  As part of this exhibition, Holger Schnadelbach will lead a Gallery Tour on Thursday 24th of May – advanced booking is recommended!

Curated by Holger Schnädelbach (School of Computer Science, The University of Nottingham), Peter Baldwin (School of Architecture, The University of Lincoln) and Nils Jäger (School of Architecture, Loughborough University).