200 square-foot CityHome
Hasier Larrea, Daniel Goodman, Oier Ariño, Phillip Ewing
The CityHome Lab is a 200 square-foot Living Laboratory designed to develop, deploy, test, and evaluate strategies for “living large in a small space”, with a focus on the mechatronics of hyper-efficient transformable infill, new home interfaces, and technologies related to distributed work, proactive health, energy conservation, entertainment, and communication. The integration of these new systems and technologies creates urban dwellings that function as if they were much larger, minimize resource consumption, and develop rich living experiences for their occupants.
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