INFRASTRUCTURE

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Remi.C.T Dictionary

INFRASTRUCTURE

In-fra-struc-ture

Noun;

1. The basic physical and organisational structures and facilities (e.g. buildings, roads, power supplies) needed for the operation of a society or enterprise. (The Oxford Dictionary)

The infrastructure of our city is the essential base for our needs as a society. Allowing for the possibilities of the future to unfold and generate through challenging the parameters of design and systemisation.

The conversation of infrastructures begins and ends with design, innovations, and foresight.