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Posted by  Heliana Caspi on August 17, 2003 at 23:40:07:

(as posted on talkingaboutarchitecture)

hello people.
I am working on a project called 'the 4d space'. Many people asked me
what '4' stands for, and I say that nor only time, but communication
and interaction are the key factors in our time and mainly for future
architects.
Technology applied to architecture has developed many different kind
of spaces, some of them with no dimensions at all:virtual spaces inside a shell.
I am trying to develop as much as I can on this subject, and i dont
have many people to ask about it.
How architecture relates to new virtual and hybrid spaces and how
architects might end up in the future as 'media designers' instead
of 'material designers'(not my words)

I would appreciate any comments or ideas on the subject (I should
also add that I am open to new things, constructive critics are the
best)

Cheers

heli

 
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