Maashen - Milan, Andreina and Pellegrino, Margot and Oliva, Luigi and Simonetti, Marco (2013) Urban architecture as connective-collective intelligence: which spaces of interaction? Sustainability, Vol. 5 (7), p. 2928-2943. eISSN 2071-1050. Article.
During the twentieth century, with the advent of industrial society and globalization, the language of planning changed according to the shifts in construction and use of physical space. By borrowing terms and spatial forms from biology and cybernetics, industrial society and globalization increased the original semantic connotations. Moving from cognitive sciences, this paper outlines the definition of architecture as connective-collective intelligence and presents its implication in urban design. Spontaneous and commercial initiatives are redefining the communication form of urban life, affecting the procedures of the transmission of traditional knowledge. This approach to building environment is moving towards a complex multichannel interaction, involving both the individual and the collective experiences of space and technology. In describing some signs of that process, the authors outline new features that are changing the concept of sustainability in urban design.
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