All Tomorrow's Interiors

Dave Loder, Anthony Coffield, Pamela Flanagan, Philip Morris, Digger Nutter, Finni Porter Chambers, David Ross

Research output: Non-textual formExhibition

Abstract / Description of output

The All Tomorrow's Interiors exhibition presents reflections and speculations on how technology is deployed in domestic environments, today and in the future. This practice-based research investigates the potential consequences of emerging and imagined technologies, and asks how technology can be engaged in processes for the design and the representation of the domestic interior. From smart homes to autonomous devices, the exhibition features a diverse range of works that explore how technology can be engaged in processes for the design and representation of the domestic interior. Through speculative and critical design, the exhibition encourages visitors to question the implications of these technologies and to imagine new ways in which they might be integrated into our homes. The exhibition seeks to challenge visitors' assumptions about the role of technology in the domestic space, to provide a deeper understanding of the ways in which technology shapes our homes and our daily lives, and to think critically about the kind of future we want to build.

The exhibition includes work by Year 2 students and staff from the Interior Design department and members of the Image|Imaging|Interior research cluster at The Glasgow School of Art.

The All Tomorrow's Interiors exhibition is part of the Architecture Fringe 2023 programme.

A public tour of the exhibition with researcher Dave Loder will take place 12.00 Tuesday 20 June
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationCorridor Gallery, The Glasgow School of Art
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jun 2023

Keywords / Materials (for Non-textual outputs)

  • spatial research
  • speculative design
  • design research
  • interior design
  • practice-based research


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