- Kevin Logan
- Jamie Wallace
- Lisa Kinch
- Ian McHugh
- Jason Boyle
- Jack Penford Baker
What are the limits of the contemporary city? How do citizens use and define space? What are the forms, functions and possibilities of the physical, spatial and digital infrastructures and architectures that support urban activity?
The Infrastructure Space research projects map the functionality, productivity and capacity of infrastructures to understand how these interact with the demands of society. Through representing the interaction of use, need, material and immaterial (digital and organisational) infrastructures, we identify latent and potential opportunities for communities and the spatial forms needed to support them.
Also see our Data Mapping Cornwall project.