Following the success of CLOG:APPLE earlier this year, CLOG will release their next (and third) issue, CLOG: DATA SPACE, which investigates the physical infrastructure of the internet and burrows into the seemingly invisible, but very concrete spaces that contain the world’s data centers. This latest installation gathers together 35 contributions to explore how this emerging typology can and will change architecture, in both physical and conceptual terms.
Intrigued? For more, join the editors of CLOG tonight, 7 PM, at McNally Jackson for the launch of DATA SPACE and a discussion with author Andrew Blum, whose just-published Tubes: A Journey to the Center of the Internet is a necessary primer for the subject, and architect Neil Sheehan, whose firm Sheehan Partners was responsible for the design and recent completion of Facebook’s Prinewil data center. Don’t miss it! Make sure to pick up a copy of DATA SPACE while you’re there! For those of you who can’t make it, don’t fret, you can always place an order directly through CLOG, here.