Bortolotto architects is going to wrap an interactive facade around the south-east corner of a building in Ontario College of Art and Design University. The passers-by will be able to read mapping data of local area embedded in the façade by photographing it.
An interactive façade is to be wrapped around the south-east corner of a building at the Ontario College of Art and Design University (OCAD) in Toronto. Its design is based on mapping data from the local area. Passers-by will be able to read information embedded in the façade by photographing it.
In order to create it the city’s educational art, facilities have been mapped in the façade by engaging the local community. The mapped data include galleries, museums, studios and art stores. Local geographical will be also mapped in the wrapped façade, and path drawn between the various institutions to indicate connections between them.