...The increasing condensation of space more and more
define urbanity by transforming the social model 'city' from a static and localised
state into a temporal dislocated condition - a support of event and information.
The deterritorialisation of space and the dematerialization of signs even more
erase the local space in its economical, political, social and cultural signification.
In this case urban density is a mediated, rather than an architectural device,
juggling with attractivity by condensing information, as its major condition.
The 0-.1 mode of communication flows and computation therefore will no longer
only describe an electronic environment but will turn into an important parameter
of our conception and >>>