The use of screens for a large amount of activities during the day and the night has definitely changed our relationship with the places, both in terms of space, brightness, both in terms of time.
The lighted city and internet enable us to be productive 24 hours for day and then force the circadian rhythms of our day into new temporal typologies (chronotypes) whose characteristics are to be still explored.
The architecture lighted by screens wants to be a productive, confident, animated, safe.
Beyond the transformation that the screens are introducing in the image of the contemporary city, it is also interesting to analyze how screenscapes are changing the buildings in terms of facades, but also of interiors.
It begins with the entry of other monitors in the home that the centrality of the TV has multiplied. The increase of presence of the screens multiplies the points of attraction creating new centres indoor.
From this point of view the main places that reveals an interesting relationship between the screens (computer, TV, etc..) and space/time are: the offices (half-private); the places of passage (half-public) -mentioning Walter Benjamin's passages- and the waiting rooms.