Mediateca expandida: Habitar Bending the urban frame
by José Luis de Vicente and Fabien Girardin
Mediateca expandida: Habitar Copyright: Enrique Cárdenas

An Apparatus for Capturing Other Points of View
Julian Bleecker + Rhys Newman, Chris Woebken, Markus Bleecker
Mediateca expandida: Habitar Copyright: Enrique Cárdenas

BCNoids
Marina Rocarols, Enrique Soriano, Pep Tornabell, Theodore Molloy
Mediateca expandida: Habitar Copyright: Enrique Cárdenas

Image of the exhibition
SENSEAble City Lab
Mediateca expandida: Habitar Copyright: Enrique Cárdenas

Image of the exhibition
SENSEAble City Lab
Mediateca expandida: Habitar Copyright: Enrique Cárdenas

Images of the exhibition
SENSEAble City Lab
Mediateca expandida: Habitar Copyright: Enrique Cárdenas

Fab Lab Solar House
IaaC - Fablab Barcelona
Mediateca expandida: Habitar Copyright: Enrique Cárdenas

Wifi Structures and People Shapes
Dan Hill
Mediateca expandida: Habitar José Luis de Vicente
José Luis de Vicente is a cultural researcher and a journalist specialised in innovation, creativity and technology.
Mediateca expandida: Habitar Pedro Miguel Cruz
Pedro Miguel Cruz (PT) is a contemporary artist.
Mediateca expandida: Habitar Citilab-Cornella
UrbanLabs es impulsado desde Citilab-Cornellà, un centro para la innovación social y digital que explora y difunde el impacto digital en el pensamiento creativo, el dise- ño y la innovación que surgen de la cultura digital.
Mediateca expandida: Habitar Ángel Borrego
Ángel Borrego has a PhD in Architecture from the ETSAM (School of Architecture of Madrid) and a M.Arch from Princeton University, where he studied with a Fulbright grant.
Mediateca expandida: Habitar Philippe Rahm
Philippe Rahm (CH) studied at the Federal Polytechnic Schools of Lausanne and Zurich, obtaining his architectural degree in 1993.
Mediateca expandida: Habitar IaaC
Instituto de Arquitectura Avanzada de Cataluña (Spain)
Mediateca expandida: Habitar Mark Shepard
Mark Shepard (USA) is an artist, architect and researcher whose work addresses new social spaces and signifying structures of contemporary network cultures.
Mediateca expandida: Habitar Tadanori Yamaguchi
Tadanori Yamaguchi (JP) graduated in creative art from the University of Kyoto. He has lived in Asturias for ten years, arriving with a scholarship from the Spanish Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Mediateca expandida: Habitar kawamura-ganjavian
kawamura-ganjavian is an architecture and design studio established in 2000 by Key Portilla-Kawamura and Ali Ganjavian.
Mediateca expandida: Habitar SENSEable City Lab (USA)
SENSEable City Lab, a new research initiative at MIT-Massachusetts Institute of Technology directed by Carlo Ratti.
Mediateca expandida: Habitar Semiconductor
Live and work in the United Kingdom
Mediateca expandida: Habitar Julian Bleecker
Julian Bleecker is a designer, technologist and researcher at the Design Strategic Projects studio at Nokia Design in Los Angeles and the Near Future Laboratory.
Mediateca expandida: Habitar Dan Hill
Dan Hill (AU) is a designer and urbanist.
Mediateca expandida: Habitar Timo Arnall
Timo Arnall (No) is a designer and researcher working with interactive products, media and emerging technologies.
Mediateca expandida: Habitar Aaron Koblin
Aaron Koblin (USA) is an artist who works with data. He creates software to visualise and investigate patterns and trends in digital data flows.
Mediateca expandida: Habitar Visualizing Lisbon’s Traffic (2010)
by Pedro Miguel Cruz Supervision: Penousal Machado and João Bicker Made with Processing Master thesis at University of Coimbra / FBA, CityMotion Project – MIT Portugal
Mediateca expandida: Habitar Real Time Rome (2006)
Combination of different datasets in a single interface: real-time data, GIS data and raster images.
A large crowd is assembling around the Olympic Stadium
Mediateca expandida: Habitar UrbanLabs (2008)
UrbanLabs collaborates in the definition of its working methodologies with Platoniq, an international organisation of cultural producers and software developers, a pioneer in the production and distribution of copyleft culture.
Mediateca expandida: Habitar Mutant Bridges (2010)
Video, 16:9, HD, 3-6’ Scale models, size and media variable
Mediateca expandida: Habitar Fab Lab Solar House (2009-2010)
Fab Lab Solar House is the first completely self-sufficient solar house in Barcelona. Built with wood and measuring 70 square metres it is designed to be inhabited by four persons.
Mediateca expandida: Habitar The World’s Eyes (2009)
Software, video-projection (Carlo Ratti, Assaf Bidermann, Fabien Girardin, David Lu, Andrea Vaccari)
Mediateca expandida: Habitar Time Out of Place (2007)
Video
Courtesy of Semiconductor & LUX, London
Mediateca expandida: Habitar An Apparatus for Capturing Other Points of View (2009)
7.5 metre pole with 2 wide field of view cameras, post-processing software using Max/ MSP+Jitter, Processing and Adobe After Effects
Mediateca expandida: Habitar TrashTrack (2009)
Software, video-projection (Carlo Ratti, Assaf Biderman, Dietmar Offenhuber, Eugenio Morello, Musstanser Tinauli, Kristian Kloeckl)
Mediateca expandida: Habitar LABO_In the Air (2008-2010)
Web application in Processing+Java, stereolithography, prints on paper.
Mediateca expandida: Habitar Current City (2009)
By Aaron Koblin. Created with Processing + Java and OpenGL
Mediateca expandida: Habitar
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2010
08
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Habitar is a walk through new emerging scenarios in the city. It is a catalogue of ideas and images from artists, design and architecture studios, and hybrid research centres. Together they come up with a series of potential tools, solutions and languages to negotiate everyday life in the new urban situation.
Photo: Marcos Morilla

Mediateca expandida: Habitar

Habitar is a walk through new emerging scenarios in the city. It is a catalogue of ideas and images from artists, design and architecture studios, and hybrid research centres. Together they come up with a series of potential tools, solutions and languages to negotiate everyday life in the new urban situation.

27
May
2010
8
Nov
2010
08:00 to 17:00
Mediateca expandida: Habitar

Photo: Marcos Morilla

Utopian and radical architects in the 1960s predicted that cities in the future would not only be made of brick and mortar, but also defined by bits and flows of information. The urban dweller would become a nomad who inhabits a space in constant flux, mutating in real time. Their vision has taken on new meaning in an age when information networks rule over many of the city's functions, and define our experiences as much as the physical infrastructures, while mobile technologies transform our sense of time and of space.

This new urban landscape is no longer predicated solely on architecture and urbanism. These disciplines now embrace emerging methodologies that bend the physical with new measures, representations and maps of urban dynamics such as traffic or mobile phone flows. Representations of usage patterns and mapping the life of the city amplify our collective awareness of the urban environment as a living organism. These soft and invisible architectures fashion sentient and reactive environments.

 

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Bending the urban frame

by José Luis de Vicente and Fabien Girardin

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