Kinetic Architecture

Kinetic architecture is a concept through which buildings are designed to allow parts of the structure to move, without reducing overall structural integrity.

Kinetic architecture has the ability to increase space, utility, aesthetic, and as well as life style.

Amsterdam Entrepreneur Hub — Dutch studio Beta and Elisabeth Boersma of Plan B; is a transformation of an old school (The Ru Paré School) into a hub for entrepreneurs located in Amsterdam, Slotervaart. Features a full-height window what can be retracted to open the entire façade.

Aim to revitalize the area’s urban design and community.

Programs include: Rentable spaces that contribute to the building’s maintenance, large atrium for gathering, classrooms converted into individual offices.

Kiefer Technic Showroom — Ernst Giselbrecht in Bad Gleichenberg, Austria, is a system of aluminium shades folds open and close by the hour based on sunlight.

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