Through a process of visually investigating how addressability appears and operates in the world, we might develop ideas about how that collected information could inform new design work which deliberately responds to the idea as a spatial concept.
What follows is a collection of analytical scenarios which operate at a variety of spatial scales. In addition to offering observations of how we live in the present day, this material occasionally extends to include ideas for potential new protocols for representing, discussing and re-imagining the built environment. It also includes some early design-based speculation about how we might inhabit several new physical spaces informed by those protocols.
This collection of scenarios is not intended to be a finite list of observations, but rather one which could be expanded on over time, including potentially via contributions by additional authors.