Keller Easterling

For many architects and urbanists, this space, delivered by logistics and econometrics, constitutes a threat to the specialized arts of making object form, yet for others these spatial technologies are seen to be, far from a threat, the means by which architecture potentially acquires nothing less than the powerful repertoire of a software or protocol. Perhaps there are simply a few inclusive and nonmodern propositions to be made about an extra species of form-making or an extra artistic endeavor that redoubles design faculties. Perhaps there are design propositions at ease with crafting both the object forms and active forms of the city.