Vamsi Krishna Vemuri, a speculative architect, who holds diverse experience in eccentric utilisation of computation and real time visualisation presented his paper titled “Mediated Fields: Architectural Aesthetics of Hybridity”. He also made a video game based speculative fiction, Umwelt Garden and a short film titled Focus LLWP (Live, Learn, Work and Play). His research resonates on exploring the contemporary forms and spatial mediations of architecture and design across a multiplicity of mediums. In conclusion he said, the subjectivity of the users opens up beyond the traditional borders of the humans and the digital simulacrum congregate the redefined public space. The politics revolves around how the newer relationships and affiliations are established. It has to be explored that whether the humans embrace this digital coexistence or they develop hostility towards this intervention. The habitable public space is occupied by these entities that live, associate, behave; but they are not tactile. They emotionally induce anomalous tendencies to the users.