‘Wireflies‘ by Dimitra + Meropi + Vasiliki
Wireflies explores the potentials of creating an architectural system through a playful design process. It is about user’s creative expression, who through decision making explores new strategies in architectural design.
Wireflies by Angelopoulou Dimitra + Karantaki Meropi + Diamanti Vasiliki, Bartlett School of Architecture | London, UK
The idea is to create an open sandbox video game as a discrete kit of parts that could be assembled and disassembled, resulting in different aggregations.
Wireflies game explores new building blogs of architecture working around the collection of the wind energy and its distribution. Players can use light patterns to intuitively redefine the topology of the circuits and information networks that run through the building fabric.
Wireflies Project has been awarded with the silver award from The Bartlett School of Architecture (UCL).
Bartlett School of Architecture | Critic: Jose Sanchez