We are very pleased to announce the final nominees in each of the five prize categories for the 2014 Media Architecture Biennale Awards.
Considering writing about media architecture and placemaking? #MAB16 papers are due 18 January! mab16.mediaarchitecture.org #CfP
Last week from Media Arch Biennale's Twitter
Philips is getting ready for the rise of the "megacity" through smarter city lighting: theguardian.com/philips-healt… pic.twitter.com/JTzVVlrchO
About a month ago from Media Arch Biennale's Twitter
"The Tale of Two Smart Cities: People, Data, Technology…" 10th Nov futurecities.org.au/events/th… Organised by #MAB16 partner @FutureCitiesAU
About 2 months ago from Media Arch Biennale's Twitter
Bos @UNStudio_Arch @BartlettArchUCL :recent practices w/t 'selfies': how can we respond to this throigh our design? pic.twitter.com/kIxjJlZFdm
really @brynskov @peterdalsgaard we should come again twitter.com/bent_sorensen/…
@caro_lundqvist Oops thanks for pointing out the error with the year! We like to work on short timelines but not that short ;-)
About 3 months ago from Media Arch Biennale's Twitter
New development in Sydney's Darling Harbour includes screens integrated into the urban space youtube.com/watch?t=42&v=t… #digital #placemaking
Having a hard time waiting for the 2016 Media Architecture Biennale? Don’t despair. There’s great events to attend in 2015 as well.
Because you’re worth it, because the field of media architecture is worth it, and because we really hope to see you at MAB16.
MAB14 has come to an end. Thanks so much. Next up is Sydney (and much better MAB weather) in June 2016.
Have a look at the fantastic accomplishments.
You can download the programme as a PDF from this link: MAB14 Program (PDF).
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