“The quantum increase in information, knowledge and technology, and the resulting complexity of human experience, has led to the hyper-culture we are living in. In the design of architectural spaces and structures, this hyperization is mirrored by the visual and spatial complexity of hyperspace architecture based on higher dimensional geometries (hyper geometries). Hyperspace architecture can be expediently visualized in cyberspace and can also be built as physical environments, albeit after projection into 3-dimensions.”[1]

1 Haresh Lalvani in Cyberspace, the World of Digital Architecture, [2001], p36