Information technologies are ubiquitous. Information infrastructures, wired and wireless, are dragging their networks across the globe and provide a variety of modes for accessing information and for communicating today. In consequence, the augmentation of spaces with information has increased enormously and demands that new attention be given to the refiguration of spaces through sociotechnical practices. Augmented reality applications have become a rather common phenomenon in diverse realms of everyday life, such as museums, tourism, climate communication, sports and leisure activities, artistic interventions, marketing, traffic management, and many others. This contribution explores the ways in which digital information technologies augment physical spaces and provides a means of sorting the ways in which digital information technologies refigure spatial qualities.