public space, urban space, Union Square, New York City, digital network, social network, interaction, architecture and technology, information, subway, exchange, surface
"There is an underlying digital network that exists in our contemporary cities that affects every aspic of urban life. Technology has changed the way we perceive and activate space, and communicate with one another....
Public space will always be critical in city planning because it fosters human interaction. No matter how advanced our technology becomes, nothing will be able to replace talking to someone in person or participating in live events."
Goldstein, Zachary, "Social Interaction in the Digitally Networked City." (2006). Architecture Thesis Prep. 151.
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