TU Eindhoven: Architecture in a Hyper-Liquid world

photos by Lennart Arpots

The ongoing digital revolution since the 1990s onwards leading to ever more networked societies has changed power balances, wealth and knowledge distribution and increasingly encroaches the relative independence of the disciplines of architecture and urbanism and us humans. As our bodies, buildings, and cities are being retrofitted with technology to gain dynamic intelligence and contextual awareness, how might we, as designers, provide visions of new spatial typologies and alternative modes of practice?