A+U Unveiling Intangible Barcelona

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November 2014 issue of A+U Architecture and Urbanism explores the work of architects, urban designers, software developers, artists, researchers who are leading with a range of technological drivers reforming urbanity. Edited by Alastair Townsend, the issue includes essays by Eric Fischer, Eric Rodenbeck (Stamen), Carlo Ratti (MIT) and Tim Stonor (Space Syntax) among others.

Under the name of Unveiling Intangible Barcelona, our contribution presents atNight and Big Time Bcn. Both projects deal with the representation of intangible values either by mapping day and night citizens’ interactions or by plotting into an interactive map the whole of the city’s heritage.

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