- 126 pages : illustrations, maps ; 22 cm
- Additional Authors
- May, Kyle,
- Summary: All over the world, data centers are becoming integral components of our twenty-first century infrastructure. These facilities can range from small portable modules to massive warehouses full of servers--from sleek new constructions to reuse of existing infrastructure. What is the significance of this bridge between the virtual and the physical? How does this new typology affect the discourse of architecture and the shaping of our built environment? As cloud storage and global Internet usage increase, it's time to talk about the physical space of data.