Massive addressability is a defining characteristic of our rapidly accelerating global network of connections, and emerges when cities, buildings, materials, objects, creatures, sites, books, words, molecules, all act as agents in a global, reciprocal ontology of things that can find each other. Across longer timeframes—decades, centuries, or millennia—this set of relations inevitably scales up to the post-planetary. We cannot think of design a century from now without taking it off planet. The consequences of this leap are profound. . . .
“Massive Addressability & Post-Planetary Design”
6.30–8.00 pm /Darwin Lecture Theatre, Darwin Building
The Bartlett School of Architecture
London, UNITED KINGDOM WC1