After being interviewed for the monthly publication of the UN Magazine about Architecting Interactions, her vision behind AKKA, Stephanie Hughes is now featured on the ebbf’s blog.
When asked about the meaning of Architecting Interactions, Stephanie described it as “her vision about the real responsibility of designers”, in which architecting “refers to an ongoing process” and interaction “is the action happening in between different entities, be it space, objects or people” . “The role of architecture”, Stephanie believes, “is to create a context that enables successful interactions”. Read Stephanie’s full interview for the UN magazine at here.
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Read the full feature on ebbf’s blog here.