Netspaces: Space And Place In A Networked World
by Katharine S. Willis /
2015 / English / PDF
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This engaging text is a valuable resource for architects, urban designers, planners and sociologists for understanding how networks and media are creating significant changes to urban space and the resulting implications for the design of cities. Defining five characteristics of netspaces and detailing the way that the spatial form of the city is affected by changing practices of networked world. It draws on theoretical approaches and contextualises the discussion with empirical case studies to illustrate the changes taking place in urban space.