A localised-responsive interior enclosure system in open studios.
We are collectively alone in places like libraries, studios, and open offices, separated and connected, bothered and bothering at the same time. We need to be on our own, as well as to be seen by a community.
What if we can have an occupant-responsive, kinetic enclosure system that can change shape and density according to our ever changing need for different levels of connectedness?
By having dialogues with the environment, we exteriorise our inner voice as the form of the space, sculpturing it into a landscape signifying human behaviour.