CyberBio Architecture project explores and tests the design of interactive biological materials and environments. Underpinning this are the concepts of ‘extended realities’, ‘hybrid systems’ and ‘digital materials’, which are investigated in the context of living architecture.
The thesis aims to establish an interconnection between human behaviours and living material. The computational digital world shifts beyond a pure technical interface towards the reconnection of the physical world. This move uses a variety of technological components to allow for direct human-to-material interaction.