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At the Salone, ECAL of Lausanne present a playful interpretation of the idea of the “intelligent home” with projects by students of Industrial Design and Media & Interaction Design.

Delirious Home
What will the home of the future be like?
 Interactive but also fun according to students on degree courses in Industrial Design and Media & Interaction Design at ECAL who, led by lecturers Alain Bellet and Chris Kabel have revisited, with a touch of irony and sagacity, the concept of the “smart home”.
Delirious Home
Delirious Home, exhibition view

For example, there is a mirror that reflects your image only when you look at it and as soon as you move away it becomes solid. There are hypersensitive cacti that if they are stroked emit sounds, a pair of armchairs that invite a dynamic and participatory tête-à-tête and a series of domes for covering food that when lifted produce harmonious sounds to emphasise moments of tasting.

A family of containers that seem to defy the laws of gravity, a clock that instead of showing the time imitates our gestures and a spoon that can follow a cup of coffee wherever it goes.

8–13 April 2014, h. 11–20
Delirious Home
Spazio Orso
via dell’Orso 16, Milano

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