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Forest City Master Plan | SASAKI ASSOCIATES

Forest City Sasaki associate designed a master plan in Iskandar Malaysia, located in four man made islands that would be the largest mixed used urban environment in Southeast Asia. With the budget of 40.9 bill...
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The Nucleus Project | Ralf BLIEM

Honorable mention – Next7 2015 Competition The intention of this architectural work was to react on climatic changes and, along with this, environmental changes on our planet. The scenario is set in an dystop...
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Amphibious Architecture | Arnold Yok Fai Wong

Second Prize - Next7 2015 Competition “To restore a building is not to repair it, nor to do maintenance nor to rebuild, it is to re-establish it in an ultimate state that has never existed before.” Eugène Vio...
Connected vehicles (adjust vehicle speed)
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What is the Future of Urban Mobility?

Hyper-mobility seems to be a distinguishing feature of urban areas. Mobility flows have become a key dynamic of urbanization with the associated infrastructure invariably constituting the backbone of urban form...
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The future of automobility | IDEO

Today and tomorrow maybe similar in many ways, however, this won’t be the case for too long. IDEO’s vision of tomorrow will bring us much more than we expected. In the near future, our mobility will change, alt...
Courtesy of  McBride Charles Ryan - Photographs: John Gollings

The Yard Master’s Building | McBride Charles Ryan

The Yard Master's Building The Yardmasters Building, designed by  is an operations facility located on an island site within the Southern Cross Rail Yard which confidently presents itself as a 'public' entity....
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The Infrastructure Series | Vivian Beer

Vivian Beer is an industrial designer from Manchester, New Hampshire. Her firm focuses on furniture and her recent work is called The Infrastructure Series. It’s a series that focuses the placement of the struc...
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Re-appreciating infrastructure | Urbana Architects

Re-appreciating infrastructure by Urbana Architects How can something as dull as a parking structure be a dynamic peace of public art? Well, that was the challenge that was presented to  Urbana Architects by t...