Fulfilled examines the invisible systems that deliver desire to our doorsteps

Fulfilled: Architecture, Excess, and Desire

Edited by Ashley Bigham | Applied Research + Design Publishing | $29.95

Driving through rural and suburban landscapes seemingly offers only the repeating vistas of farmland, housing developments, small towns, and the occasional roadside attraction. However, hidden in among—and, of course, in part responsible for—these patterns of settlement are the complicated networks of logistical systems that support modern life: Server farms, storage facilities, fiber optic networks, warehouses, and other typologies inconspicuously connect disparate individuals nearby and across the globe. These networks enable our economic relationships with incredible specificity over planetary distances. A few clicks of the mouse (or swipes of the screen)

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