Presentation on theme: "Silvia Sýkorová Arquitectura LA SALLE, Universitat Ramon Llull October 29, 2010."— Presentation transcript:
Silvia Sýkorová Arquitectura LA SALLE, Universitat Ramon Llull October 29, 2010
the 3-dimensional space the position of an object distance from one thing to another place, room materiality of architecture What is real space?…
What is virtual space?… a 'non-space' virtual reality computer-simulated environments that can simulate places in the real world, as well as in imaginary worlds a 'space' created by media technology simulated reality a computer simulation of a real or imaginary system that enables a user to perform operations on the simulated system and shows the effects in real time new materiality
“The space of the future would be both of real and virtual nature. Architecture will “take place”, in the literal sense of the word, in both domains: in real space (the materiality of architecture) and virtual space (the transmission of electromagnetic signs). The real space of the house will have to take into account the real time of the transmission”. P. Virilio, Architecture in the Age of Its Virtual Dissapearance, 1993
“Just as the fireplace with its chimney and mantel was the focus of a traditional living room, and later became the pivot point for Frank Lloyd Wright’s box-busting house plans, so the display –the source of data, news, and entertainment – now bids to become the most powerful organizer of domestic spaces and activities”. W. Mitchell, City of Bits, 1995
“Increasingly, homes will be places with network addresses as well as street addresses. The functions of the various interior spaces will be established, in large part, through installation of specialized information spigots and collectors.” W. Mitchell, City of Bits, 1995
“Since the introduction of the personal computer, since the computerization of economic transactions, since the advent of the Internet and instantaneous global communication through cellular phones, satellite networks, and the World Wide Web, transformations in how we understand ourselves, our bodies, our place in cities and communities, and our relation to the future have all been effected, transformations that are in the process of perhaps reconﬁguring how we are in the world.” E. Grosz, Architecture from the Outside: Essays on Virtual and Real Space, 2001
According to the developing technology and all the transformations that are still in the process, what will be the housing like in the future?
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