Professor Negroponte pointed out: ‘all things digital are simultaneously local and global, large and small, inside and outside of any given boundary. The digital world is not crisp. It is porous and diffuse...'
The Urban Mobility Public Debate explored how new technologies could open up an exciting range of opportunities in which the infrastructure of movement and the architecture of buildings can physically merge together.
The On Cities Public Debates explored the premise that emerging urban innovations can dramatically reduce resources consumed by cities while simultaneously creating more livable, entrepreneurial communities.
The first Norman Foster Foundation Robotics Atelier took place at Espacio Fundación Telefónica, in which ten students from all around the world explored the potential for this field as applied to build and construction technologies.