New media and technologies have changed our perception of space. Crisis of traditional reality doesn’t correspond to death of space but open a domain of new possibilities and opportunities to transform inhabited spaces. This paper, by proposing a series of questions, has not the ambition to give decisive responses, but aims to explore, facing new scientific and epistemological context, the possibilities of architecture, to create new contemporary places in existing cities, working in the interference between physical and virtual spaces and to respond to urgent and crucial issues globalization and recent phenomena have produced.

The retro-active effect of the ciberspace on physical space: the iper-dense city.

MAGRI, DEBORA
2013-01-01

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New media and technologies have changed our perception of space. Crisis of traditional reality doesn’t correspond to death of space but open a domain of new possibilities and opportunities to transform inhabited spaces. This paper, by proposing a series of questions, has not the ambition to give decisive responses, but aims to explore, facing new scientific and epistemological context, the possibilities of architecture, to create new contemporary places in existing cities, working in the interference between physical and virtual spaces and to respond to urgent and crucial issues globalization and recent phenomena have produced.
Conference Proceedings NUL - NEW URBAN LANGUAGES Re-Imaging the City after the Knowledge-based Turn
ciber-space; interaction; iper-dense city; open process; mutation
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