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Introducing Intelligent Interior Design Framework (IIDF) and the Overlap with Human Building Interaction (HBI)

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Increasingly our interiors will have technology embedded throughout the space or used to morph or augment the space. The increased ubiquity of technology will result in humans living inside structures that not only provide for their occupant’s needs but anticipates those needs beforehand. The Intelligent Interior Design Framework (IIDF) goes beyond “smart homes” connected to the internet of things (IoT). We seek to introduce the Intelligent Interior Design Framework (IIDF) as an interdisciplinary strategy that can be used to design experience inside our interiors.

The IIDF is a theoretical framework for emerging intelligent interiors, divided into three domains. These categories are Smart Geometry (SG), Ambient Intelligence (AmI), and Information Modeling (InfoMod). The discipline of Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) and Human Building Interaction (HBI) by their very nature, are interdisciplinary and collaborative. These different disciplines work in some way with the three domains in intelligent design: Smart Geometry, Ambient Intelligence, and Information Modeling.

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Sowles, H., Huisinga, L. (2021). Introducing Intelligent Interior Design Framework (IIDF) and the Overlap with Human Building Interaction (HBI). In: Ahram, T. (eds) Advances in Artificial Intelligence, Software and Systems Engineering. AHFE 2020. Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing, vol 1213. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-51328-3_66

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