Utilization of “Multiple Kinetic Technology KT” in Interior Architecture Design as Concept of Futuristic Innovation

Hala Hassanein
New trends of interior architectural design aim to maximize available spatial space
for flexible and futuristic interiors. Therefore, the design of a facility structure with
its fixed and moveable interior components can have a significant impact on
human performance leading to efficient interaction with surrounding spatial
spaces. Interactive design is constantly proves creating memorable connection and
empowering connection with beneficiaries’ participants that can come to life in
many forms, one of these many facility structures is implementing the interior
architectural design approach of "Kinetic Technology".
Interior architecture is the design of a space inside any building that can be fixing.
In addition, it can be the initial design and plan for use then later redesign to
accommodate a changed purpose, or a significantly revised design for adaptive
reuse of the building shell. Generally referred to as the spatial art of environmental
design, form and practice, interior architecture is the process through which the
interiors of buildings are designed concerned with all aspects of the human uses of
structural spatial spaces. Therefore putting simply, Interior Architecture is the
design of an interior in architectural terms.
The paper presents variety approaches of innovation trends, that utilizing multiple
kinetic applications for the scope, benefit of interior design elements. It will give
valid benefits to interior planners and designers for efficient enhancement into
their practical expertise. That experience will be achieved when implementing this
technology of kinetic approach to achieve effective utilization of interior spatial
spaces as dynamic quality of the spatial space’s changeable size, continuity and to
create a feeling of connectivity through the spatial space, which seems to virtual
enlarge the small floor area.
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