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Hybrid Cities and Networked Participatory Design Systems | Hybrid Space Lab | ecosistema urbano

Hybrid Cities and Networked Participatory Design Systems | Hybrid Space Lab

| ecosistema urbano.

Coinciding with the rise of digital tools that foster participatory systems, Hybrid Space Lab is an entity that exists in the realm between architect and client, the traditional shapers of space. In this article, originally published here, Elizabeth Sikiaridi and Frans Vogelaar of Hybrid Space Lab share three of their projects and their thoughts on networked participatory design systems today. – See more at: http://ecosistemaurbano.org/english/hybrid-cities-and-networked-participatory-design-systems-hybrid-space-lab/#sthash.Pyz8HbjK.dpuf
Coinciding with the rise of digital tools that foster participatory systems, Hybrid Space Lab is an entity that exists in the realm between architect and client, the traditional shapers of space. In this article, originally published here, Elizabeth Sikiaridi and Frans Vogelaar of Hybrid Space Lab share three of their projects and their thoughts on networked participatory design systems today. – See more at: http://ecosistemaurbano.org/english/hybrid-cities-and-networked-participatory-design-systems-hybrid-space-lab/#sthash.Pyz8HbjK.dpuf
Coinciding with the rise of digital tools that foster participatory systems, Hybrid Space Lab is an entity that exists in the realm between architect and client, the traditional shapers of space. In this article, originally published here, Elizabeth Sikiaridi and Frans Vogelaar of Hybrid Space Lab share three of their projects and their thoughts on networked participatory design systems today. – See more at: http://ecosistemaurbano.org/english/hybrid-cities-and-networked-participatory-design-systems-hybrid-space-lab/#sthash.Pyz8HbjK.dpuf
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