Most people, these days, live in automobile cities. Cars are essential for getting around; they mediate the experience of the city; they occupy huge amounts of real estate; they make a lot of noise and they clutter up the streets. Yet architects and urban designers mostly take them as given, and are content to design streets and public spaces around whatever the world’s few remaining automobile manufacturers happen to provide. Here Dr. Mitchell Joachim tries to challenge and reverse this well-worn assumption.
Designer : Dr. Mitchell Joachim
Image Source : Dr. Mitchell Joachim, Terreform 1.