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Architecture Parlante

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Architecture Parlante

Architecture Parlante is the term used to describe a type of architecture which seeks to express its environment through a considered synthesis of form, materials, and media. This can take the form of buildings whose form and layout echo the topography and geography of their context, or even the political, cultural, and social dynamics which underpin the area they are located in. It is also often used to refer to buildings which seek to interact with their users, either through interactive elements or through the use of multimedia projection and other creative technology.

Architectural Expression, Creative Technology, Contextual Synthesis.

Lauren Moore

CITATION : "Lauren Moore. 'Architecture Parlante.' Design+Encyclopedia. (Accessed on March 25, 2023)"

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