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The most significant architectural spaces in the world are now entirely empty of people The data centres telecommunications networks distribution warehouses unmanned ports and industrialised agriculture that define the very nature of who we are today are at the same time places we can never visit Instead they are occupied by server stacks and hard drives logistics bots and mobile shelving units autonomous cranes and container ships robot vacuum cleaners and connected toasters driverless tractors and taxis This issue is an atlas.

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King the end of human centred design the issue turns its attention to the new typologies of the post human architecture without people and our endless expanse of Machine LandscapesContributors Merve Bedir and Jason Hilgefort Benjamin Bratton Ingrid Burrington Alice Gorman Jesse LeCavalier Clare Lyster Geoff Manaugh Tim Maughan Simone C Niuille Chris Perry and Trevor PaglenFeatured interviews Rem Koolhaas of OMA; Deborah Harrison designer of Microsoft's Cortana; and Paul Inglis designer of the urban landscapes of Blade Runner 20. The Breach of Crowns post human architecture without Icebergs people and our endless expanse of Machine LandscapesContributors Merve Bedir and Jason Hilgefort Benjamin Bratton Ingrid Burrington Alice Gorman Jesse LeCavalier Clare Lyster Geoff Manaugh Tim Maughan Simone C Niuille Chris Perry and Trevor PaglenFeatured interviews Rem Koolhaas of OMA; Deborah Harrison designer of Microsoft's Cortana; and Paul Inglis designer of the urban landscapes of Blade Runner 20.

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Of sites architectures and infrastructures that are not built for us but whose form materiality and purpose is configured to anticipate the logics of machine vision and habitation rather than our own We are said to be living in a new geological epoch the Anthropocene in which humans are the dominant force shaping the planet This collection of spaces however accurately constitutes an era of the Post Anthropocene a period where it is technology and artificial intelligence that now computes conditions and constructs our world Mar.

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