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This Masters' project proposed a masterplan for a management entity which deals with the data produced by the imagined city of the North (UK) in the future. This project takes on board the ideology of an interworking region and is contextualised in a near future where the data produced by such a large territory becomes too much and too irrelevant if not processed and analysed to serve a wider purpose.

The theories behind the project support the idea that the future management of cities is widely driven by its citizens’ voices and political decisions and largely determined by the digital footprint containing: 1. The processed data showing different correlations between the Northern capabilities and 2. The public’s preferences and opinions.


This system questions the administration of cities in a virtually driven era and promotes new ways of doing politics and socially managing large infrastructures through the use of technology.

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