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Towards an integrated architectural media space
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    Journal article
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  • Authors:
    Fatah gen Schieck A
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    published in cooperation with the University Library at the University of Illinois at Chicago
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    Urban Space, display screens and projections in space, community shared content.
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    First Monday c/o Edward Valauskas, Chief Editor Post Office Box 87636 Chicago IL 60680–0636 USA
Large projection screens are becoming more and more ubiquitous in urban spaces. However, there is currently no methodology for designing media walls as an integral part of the urban built environment. This paper reviews the application of display walls and projection screens as an emergent new type of urban form in major metropolises around the world. It identifies issues related to the implementation of media walls, which perhaps form the basis for an integrated architectural media space. We suggest that in order to achieve real integration on an urban scale, we need to consider the design of space as a whole, taking into account the urban space, the dynamic visual information and the social interaction space.
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