This book looks at relationships between the organization of physical objects in space and the organization of ideas. Historical, philosophical, psychological and architectural knowledge are united to develop an understanding of the relationship between information and its representation.
Despite its potential to break the mould, digital information has relied on metaphors from a pre-digital era. In particular, architectural ideas have pervaded discussions of digital information, from the urbanization of cyberspace in science fiction, through to the adoption of spatial visualizations in the design of graphical user interfaces.This book tackles:
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Martyn Dade-Robertson is Lecturer in Architecture and Communication in the School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape at Newcastle University. He originally did a degree in Architecture at Newcastle University before embarking on an MPhil and PhD at Cambridge University (Darwin College) on the topic of Information Architecture.Review:
"An interesting reading of the blurring between the ‘real’ and the ‘virtual’ spaces we
live in." – Erdkunde
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