In an exhibition held during Milan Design Week, leading trend forecaster Li Edelkoort and Google teamed up to explore how electronic devices of the future could become tactile.
At Sony’s Hidden Senses visitors could see, hear and feel hidden senses that inform your everyday life. Challenging the constraints and preconceptions between technology and human behaviour, whilst interacting with familiar objects in a contextual space.
Vola’s consulting product designer, Danish Architect Torben Madsen, says new technology “should be incorporated subtly into bathroom design” in this movie produced by Dezeen for Danish brand Vola.
Madsen, who is design manager at Danish practice Aarhus Arkitekterne, which designs all of Vola’s new products, says the trend for open-plan living spaces has increased the significance of the bathroom as a private space.
Engaging Workspace with Technology – A Planning Approach to Future-Proof Your Investment
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