Studio INI founder Nassia Inglessis on interactive architecture | Design for Life | Dezeen - architecture and design

Studio INI founder Nassia Inglessis on interactive architecture | Design for Life | Dezeen

In the third video of our Design for Life collaboration with Dassault Systèmes, Studio INI founder Nassia Inglessis describes how technology enables her to create spaces that interact with their inhabitants. Inglessis is the second designer to feature in the Design for Life collaboration between Dezeen and Dassault Systèmes, which highlights designers who are using technology and research to build a better world. The Greek engineer and designer is the founder of Studio INI, an experimental design practice based between London and Athens, and winner of the  Dezeen Awards 2020 public vote for designer of the year. "Studio INI couples rigorous scientific and design research in order to create immersive experiential environments," explains Inglessis in the video, which was filmed by Dezeen at her studio at Somerset House in London. The practice is known for creating intricate architectural installations that respond to the bodies of visitors. Read more on Dezeen:"p=1583766 WATCH NEXT: Exploration Architecture founder Michael Pawlyn on biomimicry - Subscribe to our YouTube channel for the latest architecture and design movies: Like Dezeen on Facebook: Follow Dezeen on Twitter: Follow us on Instagram: Check out our Pinterest:

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