Interactive Environment students present complete office furnishings at AMS
On 23 January, students of the Interactive Environment minor presented six projects that together form the office furnishings at one floor of AMS in Amsterdam. Their goal is to stimulate cooperation and knowledge sharing in office environments. The coming months, people will actually work in this ‘living lab’.
The six developed prototypes create a smart and interactive ecosystem together:
1. Co-Zone is a place where everyone can personalise their flexible work space, up to the localised climate.
3. The Community Garden is the relaxation space for the whole office floor. Here you can just chill out and even take care of the communal plants.
4. Topo visualises all current and former AMS projects in the city of Amsterdam. It’s an easily recognisable meeting point, perfect for receiving guests and acquainting them with AMS.
All these prototypes will gather data of their use and the office environment. Using this data, several master students will carry out research and improvements to the prototypes at a later date. Curious about working in this interactive environment? Come check it out at AMS in Amsterdam.