Our near urban future and the predicament of the irrelevant city

Land-use classification of Leipzig, Germany (Haase and Nuissl, 2007)

It’s clear by now: our urban future isn’t about flying cars, smart cities, or innovative architecture.

COVID-19 is rapidly changing the fundamentals of urban structure: the reasons why cities are the way they are. Do we still need the commute? Do we need all these roads, all these cars? What are the new design scenarios for public transport systems?

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Southeast Asian trickster. Design strategist for sustainability & regeneration. Systems navigator. Creative disruptor. www.possiblefutures.earth/samantha.

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Southeast Asian trickster. Design strategist for sustainability & regeneration. Systems navigator. Creative disruptor. www.possiblefutures.earth/samantha.

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