Architecture can no longer be truly represented through images. In a society that is flooded every moment with countless images, architecture has fallen prey to the seduction of the image. But it is a false façade, as images today lack meaning and permanence, those ideas which sustain architecture.
In a society that functions and expands mostly through globalization and the internet, architecture can grow by creating systems of relationships and interactions. As an active element of a networked society, architecture participates in the global dialogue by generating places where social connections interweave with spatial connections. Networks, not images, are the architecture of today.