"The architecture of cyberspace offers the opportunity to mend the rupture between how we know
the world and how we conceive and execute architecture. It allows a far greater latitude of
experimentation than any previous architectonic opportunity. It is once again possible to seek to
know what is known and to conceive a corresponding architecture, without always falling back upon
the sacred geometries of ages past. This engagement only makes architecture more relevant to the
world, more in keeping with what is sensed as a new condition. In fact, architecture's role in
articulating spatially the outlook of an age is strongly reasserted."
Novak, Marcos. "Transmitting Architecture: The Transphysical City." School of Architecture, University of Texas at Austin., (1996).