ISSUE 21 : 101 Points and Cases of Interactive Projects
Today, with the advancement of technology and its integration with physical space, the architecture is no longer a rigid entity and has embodied flexibility and responsiveness.
In the discourse of architecture, architects seek to create a meaningful relationship between the human mind, body, and the environment surrounding it.
In this issue of TUIC 101, we have attempted to demonstrate different classifications of interactive design and a brief description of each of the categories. Followed by that, we will demonstrate examples of each category.