Accepting that many parts of that city will never revitalize, why not turn the 722 currently vacant properties into 204 acres of productive agricultural land capable of producing around 500,000 lbs of wheat flour per year —all conveniently located alongside the Shareway for efficient distribution.
Go to my stream. As part of a six month nationwide competition, the shortlisted teams have just released their preliminary design proposals for what will be known as the 11th Street Bridge Park. Change country. This ultimate consolidation of energy and space would unify trade and travel at an unprecedented level.
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New iterations of occupational invention could be staged as strategies for augmenting infrastructures that engage local stakeholders in generating new possibilities for the future of personal mobility. You'll now receive updates based on what you follow! In lived experience, however, these relatively clear spatial edges give way to dense matrices of unseen geographies, locales described less through politically negotiated borders and more through the edges of economic zones, climatological regions, communication infrastructures, and territories of mobility and transportation.
LED lights embedded in the swings activate and change color as each swing moves, returning to a dim white light when static. Its promise of the single-family home, with a front lawn and two-car garage, coupled with automobility, precipitated the postwar American suburb and its corresponding cultures pool parties, Tupperware, and barbecues , architectural manifestations ranchburgers, drive-throughs, and big-box stores , and neuroses housewife blues, road rage, eating disorders.
Because the question "in which form will individual mobility be possible? Skip to content Scroll down to see more content. Save this article. David Heald This article originally appeared on guggenheim. Part research project, part feasibility study, part road map to the future of mobility - the focus of the workshops is to propose a pilot project that can be tested in the proposed region of Boston - Washington.
Cornell University has named J. John Thackara, design theorist and chairman of the interdisciplinary jury, explained the decision: Their basic idea is to merge individual and public transport by means of a new kind of mobility platform.
We had the chance to interview the practices and ask them about the role of the architect in our society. Recognizing that everyone has different goals for and during their commute, a clever interface allows users to book cars based on desired activity—ranging from the simple quiet, social or business oriented cabins to ones tuned for yoga or lectures.
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