History has proven that, there are many architectural typologies which emerged and Vanished due to advancement in technology in flow of time. Many examples can be quoted regarding Architectural Improvisation in development of Human race. Such examples are studied and conclusions are drawn from it.Emergence of Shopping Malls as public spaces happened during Victor Gruens works, but Emergence of Online Shopping in Network era, may lead to eradication of Malls.The history of telecommunication began with the use of smoke signals and drums in Africa, Americas and parts of Asia. In the 1790s, the first fixed Semaphore systems emerged in Europe, which needed a Architectural Structure.
Later came telegraphs. Then the Telephones were invented, which required a special type of intervention in Architecture with all cords coming in building. It also leads to emergence of telephone booths and Telephone exchanges as everyone was connected. This is where Network era was starting.Next step in communication was Mobile phones, which changed concept of telephony and now it has started affecting Architecture with towers, WIFI Zones it lead to vanishing of Telephones exchanges and Telephone booths. Now there is nothing a Mobile phone can not do. Historicity is the historical actuality of persons and events, meaning the quality of being part of history as opposed to being a historical myth, legend, or fiction.
Historicity focuses on the true value of knowledge claims about the past, denoting historical actuality, authenticity, and factuality. The historicity of a claim about the past is its factual status Modernity is the self-definition of a generation about its own technological innovation, governance and socioeconomics. To participate in modernity is to conceive of one’s society as engaging in organizational and knowledge advances that make one’s immediate predecessors appear antiquated or, at least, surpassed.History has proven that, there are many architectural typologies which emerged and Vanished due to advancement in technology in flow of time. Many examples can be quoted regarding Architectural Improvisation in development of Human race. The emergence of electric Bulb lead to Removal of oil Lamps and spaces created for same from buildings.
(Konada) Emergence of Shopping Malls as public spaces happened during Victor Gruens works, but Emergence of Online Shopping in Network era, may lead to eradication of Malls.In older houses Garages were an element with emergence of personal vehicles due to advancement in Automotive Industry. Now in Network era we have Cabs at a click of Mobile, which may reduced personal cars and may lead to eradication of Private Garages in future.Telecommunication is the transmission of signs, signals, messages, words, writings, images and sounds or information of any nature by wire, radio, optical or other electromagnetic systems.Telecommunication occurs when the exchange of information between communication participants includes the use of technology.The history of telecommunication began with the use of smoke signals and drums in Africa, Americas and parts of Asia.While this type of hour-glass shaped instrument can be modulated quite closely, its range is limited to a gathering or market-place, and it is primarily used in ceremonial settings. Ceremonial functions could include dance, rituals, story-telling and communication of points of order.
The talking drum is an hourglass-shaped drum from West Africa, whose pitch can be regulated to mimic the tone and prosody of human speech. In the 1790s, the first fixed Semaphore systems emerged in Europe, which needed a Architectural Structure. A semaphore telegraph is a system of conveying information by means of visual signals, using towers with pivoting shutters, also known as blades or paddles. Information is encoded by the position of the mechanical elements; it is read when the shutter is in a fixed position. The most widely used system was invented in 1792 in France by Claude Chappe, and was popular in the late eighteenth to early nineteenth century .Credit for the first successful optical telegraph goes to the French engineer Claude Chappe and his brothers in 1792, who succeeded in covering France with a network of 556 stations stretching a total distance of 4,800 kilometres (3,000 mi). Le système Chappe was used for military and national communications until the 1850s.
Illustration showing Robert Hooke’s proposed system. At top are various symbols that might be used; ABCE indicates the frame, and D the screen behind which each of the symbols are Diagram showing the Chappe system, as used simply for signalling letters and numbers (though it could also be used in an encoded form) It was further developed in several countries and its evidences are found in France, Sweden, UK, Germany , Russia & Bangladesh Diagram of UK Murray six-shutter system, with shutter 6 in the horizontal position, and St. Albans High Street in 1807, showing the shutter telegraph on top of the city’s Clock Tower. It was on the London to Great Yarmouth Later came telegraphs which did not require any structure but Telegraphs lead to vanishing of Semaphore towers.A telegraph is a communications system in which information is transmitted over a wire through a series of electrical current pulses, usually in the form of Morse code. The basic components include a source of direct current, a length of wire or cable, and a current-indicating device such as a relay, buzzer, or light bulb.
The term comes from the Greek words “tele,” meaning “at a distance” and “graphien,” meaning “to write. Morse code is a method of sending text messages by keying in a series of electronic pulses, usually represented as a short pulse (called a “dot”) and a long pulse (a “dash”). The code was devised by Samuel F. B. Morse in the 1840s to work with his invention of the telegraph, the first invention to effectively exploit electromagnetism for long-distance communication.
The early telegrapher, often one who was at a railroad station interconnected with others along miles of telegraph pole lines, would tap a key up and down to send a succession of characters that the receiving telegrapher could read from tape