The Exchange City Network is formed by utilising existing infrastructure within Glasgow. Combining the existing public transport and communication systems with an underlying network of excahnge types including stalls, markets, informal exchanges, information exchange and so on.

By creating a focus for these networks in a new building typology in the shape of the Exchange City 'Interchanges' and 'Posts', it allows the existing infrastructure to overlap and create a dialogue between various aspects of Exchange in the city. Elements which combine to create the Exchange City Network include internet cafes, phone boxes, newspaper kiosks, radios, mobile phones, existing local businesses, buses and underground, the internet.

This research project was nominated for the RIBA President's Medal 2003, and the Six Architecture Awards Scotland 2003.

Location: Glasgow, United Kingdom
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Status: Masters Thesis project