Immaterials – Data between visibility and invisibility


Designers are increasingly faced with the problem of understanding and visualizing data-filled space and making it inhabitable.

Anthony Dunne and Fiona Raby, who conduct research in the field at the Royal College of Arts, speak of the electro-climate and the electro-geography – which can effect architecture just as the real climate can – and refer to it as »hertzian space.« The two designers think of electromagnetic fields full of data.

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