Mixed Reality Lab, University of Nottingham, United Kingdom

Founded in 1999, the Mixed Reality Lab at the University of Nottingham is an interdisciplinary research group exploring the potential of ubiquitous, mobile and interactive technologies to shape everyday life. For the last 10 years, one focus area has been the work around embodied adaptive architecture, and the feedback loops that are created by technologically mapping people’s behaviour to the behaviour of architectural structures. Research is conducted through field work, prototyping and deployments with the aim to develop theoretical abstractions.

Holger Schnädelbach is research associate at Mixed Reality Lab, The University of Nottingham, investigating the relationship between people, personal data and the built environment. He is founder of Holger Schnädelbach Adaptive Architecture implementing and evaluating architecture that is adaptive to its inhabitants. He regularly publishes across the HCI and architecture communities.
Contact: holger.schnadelbach@hsaa.eu