New Technologies

The term ‘new technologies’ is everything but new; the processes of innovation and diffusion in the technological field has always been there through History (just think of the wheel or any flying machine). So now, when we’re living immersed on the trendiness of topics such as Smart City or Big Data, it’s time to start using design to pose critical questions, instead of looking only for answers.

id title author
001 Open Source Architecture Manifesto Carlo Ratti Associati
004 The Ad-hoc Machine Felix Thorn
005 The Reboots Alessandro Fonte
007 Programming Objects Hacking Households
011 Paper Electronic Modules Coralie Gourguechon
012 Parametric Standardization Kirschner3D and Jesse Howard
013 of Instruments and Archetypes Unfold, Kirschner3d in collaboration with Penny Webb
015 Potlatch Fosbury Architecture
016 Po.In-Inc. Eftihis Efthimiou, Elisavet Antapassi, Christina Antzoulatou
017 Visual March to Nowhere (or ‘Arintagas’) Nadia Hatzimitraga
018 Ethical Things Matthieu Cherubini
, Simone Rebaudengo
021 Metadata+ Josh Begley
022 The Liberator 3D Printer Gun Defense Distribuited
024 HUM[erus] Archoff
025 Emancipati Orkan Telhan
026 Divergence Afroditi Psarra
028 Opendesk James Arthur, Ian Bennink, Tim Carrigan, Nick Ierodiaconou, Joni Steiner
040 FabAthens D. Papalexopoulos