Whatever ‘stuff’ is organized according to structures (a.k.a. relations) can be called an architecture.

“The transition towards information spaces as the stage for our day-to-day interactions will continue unabated. Information architects are uniquely positioned to design these spaces thoughtfully and effectively. Seeing our role as digital placemakers allows us to better understand — and employ more effectively — our work as a critical cultural component, that influences the way our institutions serve us and our fellow human beings experience reality.”

(Jorge Arango a.k.a. @jarango ~ Journal of Information Architecture Volume 3 Issue 1)

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