Interactive Design

This lecture was taken by Designer Tony and was showcasing his previous projects and interest within design and technology.

‘Interactive Design’

One of the projects he worked on was the Brixton Recreation Centre in London. This building is grade II listed as it represents the community. The style is a representation of brutalism from the front façade. The significance of the recreation centre has a cultural meaning to the community as it brings people together in lots of social activities.

The proposed development changes were to involve light installations

-creating a sense of movement

-changing lights

-interactive screens and walls


-sculptural design/ facades

-polycarbonate 3m length each

-colour changes with technology (a text) the text would send a signal to change the lights to a specific colour


How we embrace technology in a playful manner, that is what good architecture and design is all about by using technology as a communication tool.

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