Welcome to the World Wide Web is a 3-part investigation into the Internet of the future and how it will enable more people to live better lives.
We’ll look into key technologies, human needs and cultural norms that shape the online experience for the next generation on the world wide web - and use these different environments as a mirror to reflect upon our own digital behaviors.
We’ll do this across 3 sessions that focus on 3 different but fundamental cultural techniques:
The first session takes place on Wednesday, March 13 2019, and focuses on navigation.
We'll be joined by Bruno Sánchez-Andrade Nuño, scientific advisor & former chief scientist at Mapbox, and Emily Jacobi, founder of Digital Democracy, to explore how maps help us share information and navigate the unknown.
SPACE10 is a research and design lab on a mission to create better and more sustainable ways of living. Proudly supported by IKEA, SPACE10 is headquartered in Copenhagen’s meatpacking district and spread across three floors of an open-plan building with workspaces, a Test Kitchen, an exhibition space, a mixed reality lab, a vertical farm, a fabrication laboratory and an open space for events.
Welcome to the World Wide Web is our first joint research project. Each month we dive deep into one cultural technique and explore how it impacts the lives of the next generation of Internet users.