A z of networked urbanism

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A visual presentation outlining the main features of the networked styles of urbanism and urbanization that dominate today's world

A visual presentation outlining the main features of the networked styles of urbanism and urbanization that dominate today's world

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  • 1. An A-Z of Networked Urbanism
    Stephen Graham
    Global Urban Research Unit (GURU)
    School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape
    Newcastle University, U.K.
    Steve.Graham@ncl.ac.uk
  • 2. “The town exists only as a function of circulation and of circuits ; it is a singular point on the circuits which create it and which it creates. It is defined by entries and exits: something must enter it and exit from it"
    Gilles Deleuze and FélixGuattari(1997)
  • 3. Archaeology
  • 4. City as Process: ‘Cyborg Urbanization’
  • 5. Disruption and Vulnerability
  • 6. “Cascading Effects”: 2003 SARS Crisis
  • 7. Glocale.g optic fibre systems
  • 8. Infrastructure=Architecture=Landscape
  • 9. Invisibility‘The most profound technologies arethose that disappear’ Mark Weiser, 1991
  • 10. Kinetic Elites /Kinetic Underclasses
  • 11. Multiple Networks, Multiple Scales
  • 12. Passage-Points
  • 13. Polynucleation
  • 14.
  • 15. Remediation
  • 16. Software
  • 17. Splintering
  • 18. …and Surveillance
  • 19. Topology and Bypass
  • 20.
  • 21. Conclusion: Reimagining Networked Urbanism
    • Bringing together planning, architecture, engineering and social mobilisations for democratisation
    • 22. Social Innovation
    • 23. Experimentation
    • 24. Making place
    • 25. Building networked publics and new ideas of networked urban citizenship and the right to the networked city
  • Thank you!Some further reading….