Authors/Contributors

Fang Fan

Document Type

Thesis

Publication Date

Spring 5-2016

Degree

B. ARCH

Keywords

architecture, imaging, future, cultural identity, technological interventions, space, culture

Language

English

Disciplines

Architectural Technology | Cultural Resource Management and Policy Analysis | Environmental Design | Urban, Community and Regional Planning

Description/Abstract

Instead of critiquing the danger of globalization, it propose a rather positive and Utopian version of it. The role of architecture and infrastructure being ambiguous in a future world after globalization, in which infrastructure is heterogeneous and inhabits a global space.

Also it response to the issue of cultural identity in a globalized world, believing that technological interventions will not only adapt to the needs of traveling and migration for a dense population, but also making infrastructure as a space for entertainment and a place celebrates both global and local cultures in a constantly changing world.

Source

local input

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