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THOUGHTS ON A PARADIGM SHIFT
The IT revolution in Architecture
Landscape, 4.1 Information Technology and New Nature. (page 83)
The concept of the relationship between city and nature changes radically in a post-industrial society. This no longer means circumscribing and enclosing new green areas or parks in contrast to residential, service sectors, and office areas, as in the organizational logic that divided the city and industrial territories. On the contrary, this means creating new pieces of an integrated city where a strong presence of natural elements is found alongside an interactive group of activities from the information society. Although zoning may have been the way of planning the industrial city through division into distinct, homogeneous sections, now multi-functionality and integration have become standard in the new production model linked to information.
Therefore the development of environmental awareness leads to a development of environments, not just intelligent but sensitive. The concepts of an integrated relationship with nature
Landscape, 4.2 Definition. (page 89)
So here is the definition: Landscape is the aesthetic representation, collectively and culturally shared, though still in constant evolution, of a part of the world.
Finding ourselves today in the so-called "phase two", in which the debate on how to use public spaces is mainly present, my thought is that we should broaden our gaze beyond the "basic spacing systems" and aim for an evolution of the "IT landscape". In other words, moving from a IT landscape of the previous period to a "post-covid IT landscape", which reviews the design of the public spaces of the integrated city, in relation to a new way of using it safely.
This consequently leads to a new relationship between city and nature. So, I ask you, how do you think this crisis could be faced, regarding the vision of this new "post-coovid IT landscape"?