Designed by Giselbrecht + Partner Architects, the building is home to Kiefer Technic’s hospital equipment showroom. The look of the building is in keeping with the modern stainless steel tools that are displayed inside but with one twist. When occupants want to adjust the light or temperature in a room, they don’t pull on shades or twist a little rod.
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Instead, they can control any or all of the 112 metal tiles that grace the exterior of the showroom by means of 56 engines. The motion of the tiles is quiet and can be continuous if you want it to.
Dynamic facade Kiefer Technic
I quite like the idea of elements of a space changing to accommodate individual users when they need it, and am contemplating looking in to including it in my design library.