Cities after the internet

Part of a series of lunchtime talks, the ‘Cities after the internet‘ was a short and thought inducing talk by Dan Hill from the Future Cities Catapult.

As always I was all ears and pen in hand:_08 Cities after the internet

One of the many interesting points made have to with how internet technologies affect the physical space. In one of the case studies a building was mapped through its connectivity, allowing for a more premeditated and thoughtful design of the space i.e. a ciment wall blocks all the internet signal in this spot, make it a quiet reading place then. High connectivity = lots of seating space.

That mapping of the building through connectivity tied really nicely with these ‘Wifi paintings‘:

20 December, 16.57

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