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A term coined by geographers Steven Graham and Simon Marvin to refer to the ways in which infrastructures, including information and communication technologies, can fragment the experience of the city. Handbook of Research on Urban Informatics: The Learn More About Splintering. Ships from and sold by apartment-sanja.com Infrastructural Lives: Urban Infrastructure in Context by Stephen Graham Paperback $ Networks of New York: An Illustrated Field Guide to Urban Internet. "Cities are the summation and densest expressions of infrastructure, or more accurately a set of infrastructures, working sometimes in harmony, sometimes.
Drawing on multiple examples of urban development across the world, Splintering Urbanism examines the role of urban infrastructure in. This paper introduces a collection of case studies aimed at “Placing Splintering Urbanism”, in reference to the thesis developed by Graham and Marvin [Graham, . In Splintering Urbanism, Graham and Marvin present a contemporary analysis of the impacts that networked infrastructure systems have on the greater urban.
Splintering Urbanism makes an international and interdisciplinary analysis of the complex interactions between infrastructure networks and urban spaces. Splintering Urbanism offers an analysis of the contemporary urban condition through the lens of such infrastructure networks. It develops an international and . Splintering Urbanism is a crucial text for architects and urban designers who are . Social dimensions of infrastructural unbundling and splintering urbanism. Splintering Urbanism: Globalisation, Infrastructure and the Politics of Cities. 1, views. Share; Like; Download.