|The Grid of Kings County|
The Grid of the borough of Brooklyn is clearly not as consistent as the one of Manhattan. In fact, it looks like the Grid is a mosaic of multiple smaller Grid fragments, each built in another direction.
What is it like to live in the Grid, a Cartesian system that could be as easily continued to the infinity? It not only suggests decentralization, it blocks any form of centralization. In a society where the virtual public space is overwhelming the physical public space, what does become of such decentralized space? Is it still able to function as a meeting place? Or, will it eventually become solely a logistical system for people and goods, just like the supplies it already delivers?