With the advent of the information age, the world today has become a dynamic ecosystem producing enormous amount of, what is now known to be the earth’s most valuable resource, DATA. This dynamic ecosystem though seemingly random and highly complex , has a definite logic, when viewed from an alien scale , when viewed as a HYPEROBJECT.

The amount of data that is produced by us is so huge that if we put all the data produced by mankind from the beginning of civilisations upto the year 2003, it is the amount of data we produce now in every 24-48 hours. However it is difficult to understand and impossible to grasp data in its totality. The question then arises , where is all this data stored in the world ?

In recent times a number of data centers have been hidden away and although carefully planned are intentionally undersigned. As the author of the book Tubes, Andrew Blum proclaims Data centers are the anti monuments that declare their own unimportance. In that case , can design change our alienated relationship to our data?

This projects aims to reimagine data infrastructure as spatially versatile  and physically interactive interface for citizens (the stakeholders of all the data we produce). It also aims at redefining how,
if designed properly,   data facilities will stop being unwelcome aliens, and instead become everything local communities in megacities ever wished for,  thus opening new possibilities for developers.