Publisher: Birkhauser, ISBN: 9783035621068, Format: Large-format, softcover magazine, 295 x 240 mm, 240pp
Who owns the land? is a central question because space is a resource as vital as air and water. Today, however, data ownership has become just as relevant as the question of land ownership in the context of urban planning. This issue, co-edited by ARCH+, Arno Brandlhuber, and Olaf Grawert of station+/ETH Zurich, discusses the politics of space and data; the real and virtual assets of the city of the future.
ARCH+ is a quarterly German magazine for architecture, urbanism, and design that was established in 1967.