We're All in This Together
A stadium for every single person in the UK.
- Stemming from a world of political compromise, discontent and distrust, a new digital party called The Network came to power.
- Policies were crowd-sourcing from big data and the semantic web hosted on an online platform called The Stadium.
- The Network had no leader, but a mascot.
- After a landslide win in the General Election, running the country became efficient, economical and popular.
- There were no revolutions, no riots, but there was no change.
- 'Ultimate democracy' had pacified society.
- With no MPs and digital debate hosted by The Stadium, Westminster had been left redundant.
- Digital connectivity had given rise to feelings of loss and loneliness.
- The Network was now the only trusted source for politics, life and experience.
- People were now forced to looked beyond the digital to seek their soul in the real world.
- As soon as someone mentioned building The Stadium #letsbuildit went viral.
- A Stadium for every single person in the UK was perceived as the instrument for a digital society to participate in lived reality.
School of Architecture
MA Architecture, 2015
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- BA Architecture, University of Cambridge, 2011