The possibility of an information city, definition requirements: The 'classical classification' of the economies of the countries around the world can be grouped into three. In the first two cathegories are the economies that are dependent to agriculture and industry which is to say that those economies are strongly related to a place and man bound structure. That brings us to a conception of a city without any territorial borders and inhabitants. The questions arise such as; what could be the definition of the physical environment and requirements of such a borderless and non-populated city. What are the internal relationships of its mechanisms such as international capital, media and culture and what relations does an information city grow with the rest of the world? Are the conventional architectural, cultural terms applicable to it? This paper is aimed to raise discussions over the above mentioned questions. The background: The paper is mainly based on two studies. One is the article 'Architecture and the Zeitgeist: The Problem of Immanence' by the architect Peter Eisenman where he questions the characteristics and the requirements of a non-place bound architecture. It also takes into account the statictics of the people and investment growth in the different parts of the world given in the multi-author book called 'Mutations'. Narrative analysis of texts on information cities: A narrative analysis method first introduced by semiotician A. J. Greimas is used to analyse texts from authors P. Eisenman, F. Kittler, N. Tazi, Y. M. Boutang to bring out the conceptual oppositions to make an interpretive discussion broad in scope. Discussion: the influence of media culture : Though not the majority of people but the capital around the world is located in cites we call information cities. In those cities the capital needs media to stream in, be transferred back and forth while the media is fed by the very capital that it carries in itself. The culture is shaped within the relationship that this structure dictates. And this culture in accordence has all the financial power and the ways (media) to influence -even dominate the culture in the rest of the world. Architecture which is the way we organize the physical environment that surrounds us is effected by this cultural influence. The main discussion this paper raises is that 'can cities that have not reached information stage (that don't have mediatic infrastructure equipped with ethics, technology and technics and enough financial power to supply this equipment)cope with this influence?