How Can Urban Infrastructure Spark Joy and Connection Between People?
Our co-founder Mouna Andraos joined a multidisciplinary panel looking at various ways media architecture can activate public spaces.
Last March, Daily was invited to join a group of speakers from around the world to discuss how urban media architecture can lead to collaboration, connection and trust between citizens. Mouna spoke about how, by turning ordinary urban infrastructure into a magical interactive experience, we can “reimagine our cities as a place that encourages joy and connection between people”.
The panel, titled Where Media Architecture Meets Civic Interaction Design was part of the MAB20 Livecast series, hosted by Pakhuis de Zwijger and The Media Architecture Biennale 20 (MAB20). MAB20 is an international forum that brings together architects, artists, designers, academics and policymakers to explore the role of media in the built environment. MAB20 will take place on June 28th – July 2nd, 2021 in an online format.
Learn more about MAB20 and (re)watch the Livecast here