In fact, many architects, urban planners, sociologists, psychologists, geographers, and scientists in cross disciplines argue that as our media have become ever more virtual, the design and development of our physical spaces—through architecture and urban planning—have become even more important. If our media and our built spaces do not follow the same evolutionary paths, what is the relationship between these two fields of production and experience?
This lecture will give a highlight on the dynamic and complex relationship between new media and architecture. We will look at architecture as a blanc canvas for rich media and embodiments of particular ideas and values—and at the impact that communication media have had on the practice of architecture and the way we experience our built environments.
Art, Architecture & Design