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Título alternativo: Ubiquitous space as a network of objects
Author: Cerdá Pérez, Manuel
Date: 2017
Published in: Proyecto, progreso, arquitectura, 16, 116-127.
Document type: Article
Abstract: La aplicación de las tecnologías digitales en todos los ámbitos de la vida humana está provocando la aparición de una nueva manera de entender el espacio arquitectónico derivado de su integración en él. Ello se puede extrapolar a la arquitectura más...
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The application of digital technologies in all areas of human life is causing the emergence of a new way of understanding our integration with architectural space. This can be extrapolated to the architectural design that is most closely linked to humans – our homes. A series of conceptual parallels are established with the other key moment in the development of domestic space that happened at the end of the 20th century when technical objects became more important than the space that housed them. These parallels are based on the change of status suffered by these objects when they were converted into networked information terminals and implemented in natural and artificial spaces (such as on the person and their clothing). People and their social relations have also suffered profound changes. This article illustrates the changes in the concept of ‘residential space’ linked to new ways of occupying habitats.
Cite: Cerdá Pérez, M. (2017). Espacio obicuo como red de objetos. Proyecto, progreso, arquitectura, 16, 116-127.
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DOI: 10.12795/ppa.2016.i16.08

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