In current architectural discourse there is a lack of method in building evidence to understand the link between buildings and the wellbeing, independence and mobility of the people who use them. In response to this knowledge gap, the Building Interactions Toolkit (BIT-Kit) supports the gathering of real-world interaction evidence within buildings. Applying a mixed-methods approach, BIT- Kit evidence is generated through the combination of purposeful conversation, observation and building interaction data.
|Published - 4 Mar 2014
|EcoBuild - ExCel, London, United Kingdom
Duration: 4 Mar 2014 → 6 Mar 2014
|4/03/14 → 6/03/14