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    Architecture and the Mechanical Phylum
    Analyzing the architecture of the Fifth Element, I picked up on the emergence of a new type of awareness people are going to adopt as we progress into the future. As the buildings, furniture, and products we use get chips and sensors, they'll start to perform more functions: a wall will be able to do a lot more than simply break up space. You space would move, push, pull, react and interact.

    I think if you grew up in this environment you would have a more concrete connection to the space around you. You would literally have to predict, or empathize, every object around you. The mechanical phylum would outnumber us. We would become individuals in a vast sea of interconnected, reacting organisms.

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