NonPlace AirSpace
| poster
at: Architecture for the Poor
media: offset print
year: 2017
size: 59.4 cm × 42.0 cm
paper: Matt coated 170 g/m²

Marc Augé coined the term ‘supermodernity’, describing the phenomenon of people moving through ‘non places’ linked by technology. It’s possible to travel the world and never leave AirSpace, sipping cortados in industrial lighted, reclaimed wood decorated, WiFi bars. Placelessness, becomes the warm embrace of AirSpace, using technology to break down geography.

© 2014–2024
updated: Berlin, 30 March 2024
© 2014–2024
updated: Berlin,
31 March 2024