A responsive ceiling responds to the interaction between architecture and the human body

While architects continue to push the boundaries of the way buildings look on the outside, a lot of our experience with structures is heavily influenced by how they look on the inside. We experience a building by taking in its floors, rooms and ceilings.

Behnaz Farahi is re-evaluating our relationship with space by creating an interactive ceiling. The 15′ x 15′ ‘Aurora' was created in collaboration with the Mobile and Environmental Media Lab at the University of Southern California and SteelCase Inc.

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